We need to talk about death. And if the largest circulation and most conservative daily newspaper – The Telegraph – is talking about it, we think this is a good day.
Anyone for tea and sympathy? The Observer asks the question and highlights the work of Death Cafes, Final Fling, the rise of death doulas and the Ideal Death Show – all working to embrace death and dying – the last taboo.
Our Death Cafe for Dying Matters Awareness Week on 23 May 2015 is sold out… as reported (ish) in The Sun by Christine Lavelle.
Final Fling South Africa launched in 2013 Final Fling SA (FFSA) operates under licence from Final Final UK (FFUK) and is operated by Trudon, the company best known in South Africa for The Yellow Pages. The site aims to offer complete support for end of life planning. Here’s Trudon’s news release at the time: […]
Beat That – Scotland’s longest running samba band – played a tribute to Mandela’s life and achievements
To mark Final Fling’s first birthday on 5 April 2013, we carried out a survey of users.
Final Fling sets the scene for its first Death Cafe @ the Glad Cafe in Glasgow’s South side
Last word in the Dragons Den ONE NOW HAZY DAY, BACK IN JUNE, ME AND MY MERRY BAND OF DRUMMERS HEADED OFF IN A VAN DOWN TO MANCHESTER’S SECRET STUDIO TO TAKE PART IN THE PANTO THAT IS DRAGON’S DEN. It was a high risk strategy – but a calculated risk. When the offer came […]
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Barbara Chalmers, Founder of Final Fling, picks up an award at the Good Funeral Awards, 2012 for Most Outstanding Contribution to Understanding Death in the Media
Final Fling launched in April 2012. FinalFling’s mission is to encourage people to plan for the end of life just as they do life insurance and pension planning. We’re tackling the taboo, encouraging people to think ahead, talk openly, challenge the norm and take control of life and death decisions, right till the end.