Last Wishes – Live your Legacy is all about people and planet:
We help you and our wider community to live a happier life knowing your last wishes have been considered and addressed.
Discover the people in Last Wishes that make good things happen and the great work they are doing:
Giving back to our 'Back Line' Workers during Covid-19
Last Wishes – Live your Legacy Ltd is a social business raising profits to go back into community projects to support causes related to end of life and legacy.
Funeral directors and funeral celebrants are usually on a vocation. At the best of times they carry such a lot of emotional weight while they prioritise a worthy farewell for loved ones and their families. This is especially difficult in the current Covid-19 environment with legal requirements and an increased amount of funerals.
Last Wishes provides Support and Supervision for groups and individual sessions for funeral directors and funeral celebrants.
If you would like to support the work we are doing to support funeral directors and funeral celebrants please contact us or donate here.
Our facilitators aim to educate, inspire and empower people in regard to their last wishes. They will explain the many choices available and the impact those choices will have on family, friends, community and the environment. Learn about our facilitators below, or in more detail here.
As a result of attending two extraordinary pre-arranged funerals where everyone left feeling uplifted, Jean life’s mission has been offering people ideas that would well and truly celebrate the lives of unique people in unique ways. Last Wishes Workshops and Courses impart Jeans knowledge and encourage people to make their end of life plans.
Experiencing first hand how attending a Last Wishes Workshop ensured Dawn could indeed know and be able to fulfill her mother's Last Wishes. Dawn is passionate to share all she has learnt, so others may too have more peace of mind while tending to a loved one and saying goodbye gracefully.
As an independent celebrant, Nicole is drawn to ensuring those who desire it, should experience the profound ways we can honour our loved ones. Thereby celebrating their lives in meaningful ways. Seeing the trouble her mother went through sorting out her father's estate, Last Wishes covers all she could hope for and more for participants.
The happiness and wellbeing of people and our planet has informed Amanda's career for nearly thirty years. As a modern culture we are not encouraged to be open about death. The serious consequences of this, for both our health and the wellbeing of our planet are what brought Amanda to be a facilitator.
Passionate to get people talking about end of life before there is a need. Jo is an Independant Funeral Director based in Congleton. She joined the Last Wishes Facilitation team to encourage these conversations in her local community. Jo has seen first hand the peace of mind of locals attending Last Wishes courses.
End-Of-Life Planning Courses & Workshops
Last Wishes provides face to face or online training that covers the importance of and options around planning the end of your life.
For peace of mind, for yourself and your loved ones, we've created easy to follow courses that take you by the hand to look at your end of life considerations. We help you understand the options available and the impact those choices have on your family, friends, community and the environment.
Last Wishes Tea Rooms
Our Last Wishes Tea Rooms are free community events in a safe space for anyone to talk about anything related to death and dying.
They provide support for anyone who would like to talk about anything coming up for them, or indeed any curiosity or end of life concern. Currently our Last Wishes Tea Rooms are online. With safe distancing measures anyone can join us by logging in from around the globe.
Here is What our Community is Saying About Us
Jean leaves no stone unturned, no aspect unexplained – and I had no idea it would be such fun. Under her sensitive guidance and with her extensive knowledge of what is possible… Thank you Jean, for your inspired, humorous and down to earth approach to a subject that is so often considered taboo.
It was a wonderfully inspiring day, that taught me so much. I would recomend it to anyone. It was a real fun day. And at the end of it you come out with something of real value for your loved ones, when they will need it most… If you get the chance to… attend… !
It was an utter joy to meet you on Saturday and benefit from your knowledge and wisdom...
News and Information Blog
The Origins of Ti Kuan Yin or Tieguanyin Tea. An article inspired from drinking tea in our Last Wishes Tea Rooms and derived from an article from Ancient and Sacred Trees.
Ah Puch is the god of death, darkness, and disaster and yet also apparently represents regeneration, child birth, and beginnings.
By discussing arrangements prior to need, unique opportunities for adjustment and healing can be found.