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The Big Future of Funerals Survey represents the most significant examination of modern attitudes towards death, funerals and remembrance that has been conducted in the UK.
11,000 Pure Cremation plan holders were asked to give their views and nearly 2,00 responded.
There were some familiar results but also some surprises. This authoritative report presents the information and the provocative questions raised in an easy-to-read report that is a ‘must read’ for anyone interested in how funerals are evolving and how to meet the needs of today’s (and tomorrow’s) families.
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Bryan and Catherine Powell carried out their first Pure Cremation in 2012 after a request from a client. By 2015, demand for direct cremation had grown so much that they decided to concentrate exclusively on this style of send-off.
Pure Cremation are now trusted by more than a thousand families each year to guide them through the process of a dignified, fuss-free cremation without any compromise on the quality of care, and to inspire them to make the most of this new freedom to say goodbye their way.
A direct cremation is a modern alternative to a traditional cremation funeral, where the cremation takes place completely separately from the personal farewell.
It gives people the freedom to celebrate the lives of their loved ones in a far more personalised way – when and how it suits them.
Direct Cremation involves the collection and care of the deceased with dignity and respect. The coffin is delivered to the crematorium; and here the cremation takes place without a service and usually without any mourners being present. The ashes are then returned to the family or scattered in the Garden of Remembrance.
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