Dignity branches’ windows became a celebration of dads, as people took the opportunity to create bow tie posters which meant something to them and their family. Social media also became a positive celebration as personalised bow tie images were shared widely not just between families, but friends too.
The activity also received a good amount of local PR in a number of areas, for example coverage in Devon and Accrington:
A funeral director is commemorating dads and those who have experienced bereavement this Father’s Day.
This year the team at William Pearce & Son Funeral Directors in Ilfracombe, part of Dignity Funerals, have come up with a way to help the community remember and pay tribute to those dads that are no longer with us in the lead up to Father’s Day on June 20.
Sarah Anastasiades, funeral manager, said: “We’ve created a special forget-me-not window poster that families can use to remember a special Dad on Father’s Day.
“They can choose a black and white poster to colour in or a colour poster they can write a personalised message or special memory about their dad.
“Once completed, the forget-me-not bow-tie tribute can be displayed at home, shared on social media or sent back to us to go on show in our branch window.”
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