The Natural Death Centre offers information about woodland burials, do-it-yourself burials, coffins, ceremonies and legal issues, and advice on all aspects of death, bereavement and burial.
More to Death – official magazine of the Natural Death Center:
The Association of Natural Burial Grounds (ANBG) was established by The Natural Death Centre in 1994. Its aims and objects have remained unchanged. It seeks to assist people in the process of establishing sites, to provide guidance to burial ground operators and to represent its members as a whole, and, not least, the Association has a Code of Practice for members thus providing the public with assurance as to long-term security.
What to do after a death in England and Wales Very useful and detailed information of everything that you might need to know, or to do, when somebody you know dies.
General Register Office: direct to the Register of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
The Bereavement Register: an organisation that will remove from databases and mailing lists the details of people who have died.
The Bereavement Services Portal: a very useful website offering links to cemetaries, crematoria, for trade and personal purposes. They also have a wonderful page where you can put up an on-line memorial dedicated to your loved one.
Cruse Bereavement Support: an organisation dedicated to promoting the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. The organisation provides counselling and support.
British Humanist Association: a well-known, non-religious organisation representing an approach to life based on humanity and reason. They have afficiants for all of life’s ceremonies, including funerals.
Funeral Celebrants: a website where you can find local celebrants.
Much Loved: A registered charity that helps you create a unique and beautiful memorial website to commemorate the life of a loved one.