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The pandemic has shown that funeral and death care staff [...]
Representatives from two DMAG members: the Funeral Furnishers Manufacturers Association [...]
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) have agreed [...]
National Grief Awareness Week: We must pay tribute to funeral directors who have cared for bereaved families during Covid
Funeral directors across the country have gone to extraordinary lengths to support bereaved families and make each funeral as special as possible, whilst ensuring the safety of staff and mourners.
From tomorrow (Wednesday 8th April), financial support helping families meet the costs of funeral expenses such as coffins and funeral directors’ fees will increase from £700 to £1,000.