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Ashes to Tattoos

Cremation commemorative tattoos are a growing trend – essentially the art of imprinting a loved one into your skin to carry them with you.  This very special act of dedication is practised at Flash Harry’s Tattoo Parlour, located in Medway, Kent. Harry’s small but fabulous parlour creates an ambience of quirky-chic, it’s colours and vibrancy are the epitome of professional confidence with a streak of individualised flair!   A decade old, the business has a loyal …

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Ashes into Art

Artist Faith Masters is one of Kent’s most promising new talents and a specialist of life portrait, working ashes in to art.  Faith works to connect us with our loved ones who have passed by recreating them in beautiful portrait form with their ashes woven in to the very painting itself. Whether you are commemorating a beloved pet, relative or friend, Faith’s poignant creations protect a loved one’s memory in a most unique and timeless …

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Is There Life After The Death Of a Loved One?

By Bernard Bibby Is there life after the death of your wife of 53 years? In my case the answer is yes! Just a little over four years ago I lost the most amazing individual you could hope to find and live with for over two thirds of your life. We met at a youth club where I was the only boy who could rock-and-roll a girl, much to the chagrin of most of the …

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Embalming Ban and the European Union

The British public will no longer to able to pay their last respects when the EU bans the chemical, formaldehyde, the toxic chemical currently used in the embalming process. Should Britain remain within the EU’s single market for the period of 21 months following its official exit, the government here would transpose the EU driven directive into UK law.  This will not apply to the Funeral Industry for five years, with the usual 2 year …

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