Together with Remember a Charity Week and almost 200 charities we will be encouraging more people to write a Will and to consider leaving a legacy to those causes they feel passionate about, after taking care of their loved ones.

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Sad cat for Blue Monday

Bridgette Perks, Funeral Arranger for Armthorpe’s Funeralcare, explains more about the difference Co-op Funeralcare’s new ‘Pet Cards’ can make.

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A few months ago my colleague Jason explained that that colleagues from Co-op Legal Services were taking on the 3 Peak Challenge in aid of Headway Bristol. The months of training flew by and the challenge soon arrived. Here’s how we got on. Ben Nevis The adventure began in our tightly packed minibus as we set off for […]

Talking about illness, death or financial problems is never easy. In fact these three things are what the nation as a whole avoid talking about the most according to research from Co-op Funeralcare. However difficult these conversations are, they are some of the most valuable ones to have. At times the cost of not talking […]

We proud to have launched a new partnership with Cancer Research UK, aiming to raise over three-quarters of a million pounds to support the charity’s pioneering work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In support of the partnership, we have introduced our #AWill2TackleCancer. Our A Will to Tackle Cancer campaign will offer a range […]

This July, I’ll be leading a group of colleagues through a gruelling task in the name of charity as we take on the National 3 Peaks Challenge. We’ll scale Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Snowdon – the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales. We’ll be racing against the clock, and aim to have […]

Attitudes towards announcing deaths on social media are changing. As we increasingly use social media to update on everyday life, it’s no surprise that online sites are frequently being used as forums to update on the news of someone passing away. Our Death in the Digital Age report has found that one fifth of UK adults […]