The death movement


Final Fling is part of the death movement… changes to the way society is approaching death and dying.

We’re part of this quiet revolution, a movement made of a number of groups and individuals that’s building community in our fragmented society. We have over 1,200 members who are individuals, interested in engaging with their own end of life planning decisions, actively planning on Final Fling using our free Life Planning Tools to record their thoughts, wishes, create a legacy. And we have members who feature in our growing Marketplace – folks who are interested in providing high quality services – sometimes new or alternative ideas – to people at time of need.

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Get in touch if you’d like to be part of the community – and proudly display our logo on your website.



  • Final Fling organises events like Death Cafes – part of another global death movement. We ran the first in Scotland and continue to run these quarterly. See 10 Facts About a Death Cafe.
  • We held a Design for Death symposium with Snook – an event for professionals to map what’s going on in the death movement among key service providers in Scotland.
  • We organised the first Day of the Dead festival in Scotland.
  • See our Events page for others events too.

Be part of the Final Fling community

If you feel like we do and want to be part of the community, join the movement to improve how we ‘do death’:

  • Sign up for a free Final Fling account to post thoughts and manage your affairs
  • Be part of our Marketplace if you have services to offer
  • Follow our blog and our social media
  • Display our community logo (above) on your website and information
  • Contact us so we can collaborate.

We’re happy to promote what you’re doing if it can help others.

The death movement in the UK

We’re a member of the community in Scotland called Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief, a membership alliance and cousin of Dying Matters who run an annual Awareness Week. (Recently #YODO on Twitter.) We’re friends of Living Well Dying Well who train death doulas and provide support to people who are dying – like offering free websites for people who are dying to connect with family and friends: What Matters Now.

We support the efforts of Dignity in Dying who promote Assisted Dying, known by the rubbish term Assisted Suicide in Scotland.

We collaborate with the Good Funeral Guide and in 2016 sponsored the category Most Outstanding Contribution to Understanding Death at the annual Good Funeral Awards… an event that celebrates high standards among those working in the funeral industry and promotes openness and celebrate the people who are setting the standards for the future. See the Good Funeral Awards longest 2016.


There’s a growing number of businesses providing information about funerals online. Check out:

We’re always happy to collaborate. Email us!