This year, the Chiltern Woodland Burial Park in Buckinghamshire will host ‘If you go down to the woods today’, a family event held as part of the London Funeral Exhibition.
Taking place on 7 and 8 July, the London Funeral Exhibition is a free showcase which offers visitors the opportunity to meet with and listen to industry speakers from The Good Funeral Guide, Dying Matters, the Bereavement Register, Cancer Research and many more, as well as review all types of products and services from providers and suppliers such as Eco Coffins, Earth to Heaven, Funeography, and gain an insight into how the funeral business is adapting to meet the needs of a changing society.
Opportunities are currently available for exhibiting at the event, and among the exhibits and attractions are horse and carriage rides and a bear hunt in the woods.
Inspired by urban artist Candy Chang, an interactive ‘Things to do Before I Die’ exhibit will display recent works where the artist transformed an abandoned house in her neighbourhood in New Orleans into an interactive wall for residents to share their hopes and dreams.
There will also be regular screenings of the award-winning short film Dying for a Laugh, with comedians such as Ricky Tomlinson, Jenny Éclair and Ardal O’Hanlon sharing their interesting and humorous interpretation of the taboo subject of death.
For further information contact Lorna Hunte on 0870 300 2582 or firstname.lastname@example.org