How to Find Financial Help for Restoring a Cemetery

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Cemeteries are intended to be places where the dead are honoured and remembered, but when enough time passes, the people buried there can sometimes be forgotten. In cemeteries that are still operational, the graves are usually tended to and cared for, even when no family members remain for some of the deceased. Sometimes, sadly, cemeteries become abandoned, churches close or population changes mean there’s no longer anyone in the area to care for the graves.…

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Could Bronze Be the Monument Material For You?

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Whether you’re choosing a fitting monument for a loved one who has passed away or you’re planning for your own burial, one of the first steps is to choose the right material. With granite so commonly used and marble being another popular choice for cemetery monuments, many people take one of those options without looking into other possibilities. And, while either of these stones offers a lot of the qualities you’d want in a cemetery monument whilst also looking nice, there’s more out there that you might not be aware of.…

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Writing and Giving a Eulogy: 5 Top Tips

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Making the arrangements for the funeral of a loved one can be a very stressful process. Not only will you need to make practical arrangements, but you will also have to deal with your own feelings of grief and loss. Thankfully, you do not need to face making funeral arrangements on your own, as you can always call on a professional funeral service for assistance. However, a tricky part of organising any funeral is when the eulogy needs to be written.…

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