1q. Aware of funeral history

imagesCAYE8S9EMany people prefer to choose a cremation funeral – and we will offer those people a natural, more relevant and caring send-off, by connecting the ceremony, with the future prospects of their loved ones.

However, we are keen to let everyone know of the overall benefits created by un-marked natural burial – which can allow greater time and sensitivity for expression of feelings during and after funeral ceremonies; with a means to;’Honour their Life’ – to be traced long after, by their children’s, children’s, children.

Historically, back as far as man’s records go, trade, food production and LIFE in general, all relied on efficient use of resources. Human remains were buried under ground, some were burned on pyres, others were left out for birds to eat.

In Britain, for socio/business/religeous reasons, power brokers decided to bring in cremation; which alongside cemetery use, took even more of everyone’s productive spending, out of circulation. Who benefited? You’ve got it! Cemetery operators and crematorium operators.

I’m not suggesting pyres or leaving bodies out for birds, but I am urging people to take back use of productive spending, productive use of farmland and control of their own decisions.

N.B. This decision, is important, for ourselves and for people of the future.

Should we not take note of history; go back to older traditions – stop wasting fossil fuel to burn bodies and burning our money in the process; whilst keeping better use of productive farm land?

THIS TIES IN NICELY, WITH OUR PROPOSALS TO GET MORE VALUE FROM FARMLAND, TO CREATE MANY NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE.

Let history judge us better!  Please take our card: Funeral card

Thank you. Richard Sibley, Village Farm

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