CPJ News

Winnie the Pooh day

Today the nation celebrates Winnie the Pooh day. Winnie the Pooh is a classic children’s storybook character whose popularity is as strong today as it was when he was first introduced to the world by author A A Milne in 1926. We feel a sense of personal connection with the character here at CPJ Field,…

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The Deric Scott Book Club begins this week

Starting this Wednesday Deric Scott will be hosting a monthly book club at Hotel Miramar, Bournemouth. The group will meet up every third Wednesday of the month from 10am until 12pm. At the introductory meeting this week there will be a vote to choose the first book. The choices are; The Tea Planter’s Wife by…

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Digital Training Sessions and ipads donated by CPJ Field

Residents at Oakwood Park, a retirement estate in Forest Row, East Sussex, are embracing technology thanks to a series of digital training sessions organised by Ballard & Shortall, a leading, local family funeral directors. The company is also donating iPads for communal use by residents to ensure they are connected with technology and accessing the…

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#TackleTheTaboo Funeral Planning FAQ

Funeral Planning FAQ A new study into the attitudes surrounding death and funerals, commissioned by CPJ Field earlier this year, highlights that, although people are apprehensive about discussing death, 61% are willing to talk about funerals. What’s more, 41% of people have spent time thinking about the kind of funeral they would want, with 42%…

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Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 2016

CPJ Field is proud to support Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 2016. 10 of our branches will be opening their doors to host a coffee morning in aid of the cancer support agency. This is a great opportunity for people to socialise within the local community while raising money as well as awareness for a…

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New Client Portal and Online Memorial Pages

CPJ Field has launched a new Client Portal and Online Memorial site where customers can log in to view their account and create an online memorial for a loved one, relative or friend. Research recently undertaken by the family business shows ‘22% of people are now inclined to post their condolences on social media’ as…

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