sueeve wrote: »
I believe that you must discuss with a funeral director, as there are (or were until recently) regulations abut moving a dead person across county boundaries. It can be done, but official requirements must be met.
clever_username wrote: »
It really is something that should only be done by an undertaker and a hearse I think.
moonrakerz wrote: »
A lot of these so-called regulations don't actually exist, they are "made up" by those in the funeral business to protect their vested interests!
I heard a programme on the radio about someone trying to do a DIY funeral (the deceased wanted this done, and the savings spent on a good p*** up !)
They met nothing but obstruction at every step. They even had to go to a carpenter and say they wanted it for a stage play before they could get a coffin.
They used a Volvo estate as transport - they set off and the coffin started sliding around so they went back and got a number of brief cases and jammed the coffin in place with those.
It was one of the funniest things I have heard for years !
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