Death was considered the taboo of the 20th century, and some of us are still fearful of causing upset when broaching the subject with friends and family. But alongside the emergence of the weird, wacky and more personalised funeral customs is an undercurrent of change in attitudes towards death and dying.
Sophie Marsden investigates different approaches to death and how attitudes are developing within society…
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