Bournemouth University’s Festival of Learning will return next week offering over 150 free activities to the public. The jam-packed programme offers a variety of wacky and wonderful workshops, including a family kitchen safari and wheelchair basketball. The event, which will run from June 9 to June 15, will be celebrating it’s second anniversary and expects […]
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#ChoosingAfterlife spoke to mother-of-two Sharon O’Nions, who had her husband’s ashes put into a teddy bear and Heavens Above Fireworks founder, Fergus Jamieson, regarding the original and interesting concepts that are hidden in todays society.
We asked the public what they thought of the bear and then asked them to flip the label around his neck, which read “here lie the ashes of Nanny Lynn” – don’t worry, we told them there were no real ashes in the bear!
#ChoosingAfterlife spoke to Biological Anthropologist, Martin Smith; who is currently conducting a study on human remains, and asked if the ashes we are putting into these original ideas are safe?
At 51, John O’Nions and his wife Sharon were looking forward to celebrating what would have been 24 years of marriage, however after suffering with the sudden inability to read and write, John was sent for an MRI scan, which soon revealed some terrible news.
When cremated, families of the deceased tend to be drawn to scattering the ashes in a favourite beauty spot, in a garden or even on holiday; however some people choose to do something rather more spectacular.