18-month-old Sophie Schulz died in 2009 after she became caught underneath a hydraulic massage table. Recently her parents spoke at a grief lecture to help others deal with grief and bereavement.
The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust has introduced a new Geographical Information Systems (GIS) mapping system that is now available to the public.
GMCT is supporting the conversation around end-of-life matters by participating in Dying To Know Day, an international day aimed to improve death literacy and comfort talking about death-related matters.
GMCT is pleased to share our new short film, 'GMCT Stories', which provides an insight into the experiences of our staff and how they find meaning in their work.
The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement (ACGB) Grief Lecture 2016, 'Remembering Sophie' will be held on 28 July.
GMCT is developing a conservation management plan to ensure important heritage features of Fawkner Memorial Park are acknowledged and protected.
Friends groups at GMCT cemeteries have been busy participating in a range of activities this month.
Plan ahead for your funeral or the funeral of a loved one before the end of this financial year.
A free rose pruning workshop will be held on 26 June at Fawkner Memorial Park.
Removal of blue gum at Williamstown Cemetery