Losing a loved one is never something that you want to think about until you absolutely have to, and even then, it is always something that you would give anything not to have to be going through in the moment. That being said, it is also important to a lot of people to make sure
The new announcements that the Australian Government have put into place is a very positive step for the families that have lost a loved one. What used to be a very small amount of attendees allowed at funeral, now has been lifted to 20 people inside a chapel, church or any other indoor venue and
With the current pandemic upon us, thought needs to be given to the funeral industry and how funerals are being handled through this unprecedented situation. Our industry is adapting like many others as quickly as possible to these new circumstances. The current shortage situation with PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is an issue for the funeral
For many people, death isn’t something that they like to think about. This makes sense when you are living life and completely healthy, but sometimes being completely unprepared for ‘the end’ can have the negative effect of leaving everything up in the air when the time finally does arrive. Planning a funeral isn’t exactly at
You may never have considered that cemeteries have a pecking order, and that some are believed to be more attractive or interesting than others. It is rare for most people to even think about whether nearby Gold Coast cemeteries are appealing, but A Gentle Touch Funerals can show you some places that will make you
Funerals can be hard and stressful to organise—especially for a loved one. While dealing with the loss of a friend or relative, you are also left with the task of planning an event that respectfully memorialises the person. At the same time, you are working through your own complex emotions and navigating an unfamiliar world.