Is Death Still a Taboo? An Unspoken Topic?
Planning Your Own
Dead Good Funeral
John Fox & Sue Gill
PLACES ARE LIMITED to 40
Booking Early Essential!
Time: 2:30pm > 4:30pm
Location: Manchester Museum:
This two hour workshop will dispel common myths,to demonstrate the nuts and bolts
of planning a funeral, to inspire you and give you confidence.
Sue & John will guide you through a process to creatively consider your own funeral wishes and to arrive at an imaginative framework for a personal ceremony that is truthful and distinctive,
yet still legal and dignified.
Something helpful to take home,
to discuss with friends and family and,
when the time comes,to use it.
John Fox and Sue Gill wirite Dead Good Guides wwwdeadgoodguides.com
formerly artistic directors of the celebratory arts company Welfare State International ( 1968-2006).
Their publications, training programmes for independent celebrants and secular ceremonies
have had a major effect on the funeral industry.
The "Dead Good Funeral Book" 1996/1997/2004 has received many accolades eg:
"This is the book I have been waiting for."
"This is a bold, inspiring and yet very practical book.
It seeks to restore control over the care of our dead back to those who love them,
and tells you how to do it .......
Even if you have only a few days to work with,
it is worth getting, if only for the three pages entitled
‘A dozen ways to improve funeral arrangements at very short notice’. I would highly recommend it.”
Extract from review on Amazon
by Ms. J. Parish, Desborough, UK