While searching for end-of-life related issues for a parent, older relative, or friend, you maybe have seen more and more young people are thinking about end-of-life planning and recording their wishes for final arrangements.
If you haven't already set your funeral requests out clearly your loved ones they may end up making funeral plans on how they think you may of wanted which doesn't always mean it would be a true reflection of you.
The anti-poverty charity Quaker Social Action are running the 1st national Fair Funerals campaign to end funeral poverty. The campaign is to raise awareness for the need of fair funeral access, ensuring your loved ones receive a good send off.
Dressed as mourners and funeral directors, campaigners urge the government to help the many people struggling with funeral costs. In 2003 emergency assistance provided by the state was capped at £700, which is far below the cost of even the most basic of funerals.