Instead of mourning the loved one and looking ahead to the afterlife, British funerals have now become a time to celebrate the deceased’s life through memories of his or her triumphs, relationships and favourite songs. It’s less popular to have a sombre mood and black clothing and over 70% are now non-religious.

According to a recent survey, Monty Python’s “Always Look On The Bright Side of Life” is more likely to be played at a funeral than Verdi’s Requiem.

An ICM survey of 2,000 people discovered that 54% wanted their funeral to be a “celebration of life”, which is exactly what we do at Fuze Ceremonies.

We have an outstanding team who conduct unique and highly personal funerals celebrating life.