If anyone is at a loose end on 2nd July..... (I am not sure I want to see 'behind the scenes').
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Reminds me of what my uncle Jack (a crusty old farmer) used to say, "don't waste good money on a funeral just put me in a sack and put me in the slurry pit
Youngest doesn't want any form of funeral service, he just wants sticking in a hole, after making sure he's properly dead, no embalming etc. He'll be worm food within days. Can that legally be done?Apparently my Grandad on my Dad's side used to say: 'Just chuck us in the garden. Get some decent rhubarb.'
(Not altogether sure Grandad flavoured rhubarb might have a market. )
Can that legally be done?
Such as? I'm not being rude, I'm seriously interested. If it's what he wants, there may come a time when either myself, or his brother will have to make the arrangements. Possibly earlier than expected if he keeps going the way he is.In practice there may be a few more problems.