NEC Baby Show

Dunham McCarthy’s appearance at the NEC for The Baby Show 2016 was once again a huge success. With over 400 new client’s booked in for our Free Will Writing Service it’s not too late to book for yourself.

Contact our offices on 01785 711 556 or via email enquiries@dunham-mccarthy.co.uk to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

NEC Baby Show

This weekend from Friday 13th May through until Sunday 15th May Dunham McCarthy will have 2 stands promoting our Free Will Writing Service at The Baby Show 2016 at the NEC. If you are thinking about using the service why not come and see us. Tickets are available from The Baby Show website

Safe Hands

We are pleased to announce that we have now formed a partnership with Safe Hands Funeral Plans. It is with great delight that they join our extensive panel of funeral plan providers. Safe Hands offer the fastest growing funeral plan and are the only pre-paid funeral plan company officially endorsed by the National Federation of Funeral Directors.

With funeral costs rising far in excess of the annual rate of inflation, a pre-paid funeral plan allows you to fix the cost of a future funeral at today’s prices. Safe Hands guarantee that when you pass away, not only will your family be provided with all the support and reassurance they could possibly want, but all funeral director’s fees and services will be covered in full.

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Shakespeare’s Will back in Stratford

This summer William Shakespeare’s Last will and Testament, will go on display in Stratford-upon-Avon for the first time since Dr. John Hall, Shakespeare’s son-in-law took the will to London in June 1616 to get a grant of probate. By the 19th century, the will, leaving money for his actor friends to buy mourning rings to remember him by, and the notorious bequest to “my wife my second best bed with the furniture”, was so famous that tourists paid the hefty fee of a shilling to see it at Somerset House, then the home of the records of births, marriages and deaths. It has now returned, with other precious documents relating to Shakespeare’s life and work, from the present home of the National Archives at Kew. When the display is over it must go into storage in the dark for 20 years to preserve it for the future.