It gives us great pleasure to introduce our Annual Bereavement Companion Magazines. The Bereavement Companion magazine is an all- encompassing, bespoke guide filled with useful information on what to do when bereavement occurs. It is a step by step guide, containing articles covering the process of registering a death, planning a ceremony, floral tributes, order of service, choosing a reception venue and support with coping with grief, as well as many other invaluable services.
This guide aims to hold your hand and provide support with organisations that are there to help. For our 2019/2020 edition, we have included a pet bereavement section. Having lost treasured pets ourselves, we felt it was important to remember the many different businesses who provide support in losing a pet too. Since animals are also our very best friends and in ours and perhaps in your case, a huge part of the family! We hope you find comfort in our pet bereavement editorial pieced together by our lovely writer, Catherine Rose, as well as our adverts of pet memorial products, pet castings and headstones.
We know losing a pet or a person is very difficult, whether it’s sudden or expected, young or old, we can never fully prepare for our feelings of grief and the way we deal with coming to terms with death. We understand the importance of getting support for mental wellbeing, which is why we have included various charities, life coaches and counselling services to help with the grief process. We are keen to partner with many more charities and organisations to help give prominence to their invaluable bereavement support and help many more people.
We are so pleased about the success of our previous edition, with clients rebooking and many new clients for the 2019/2020 edition. The guide is even more extensive, adding many more pages this year. Our distribution locations have also massively increased around the Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire area. If you are a business that would benefit from advertising or distributing our magazine, please do not hesitate to contact us, we would love to help you.
We hope our guide will make the process of dealing with bereavement that little bit easier.
View our 2021 issue below (including live links)