A survey by CPJ Field & Co funeral directors asked people what they would like to pass on to others when they die. The people surveyed were split into two age groups; 18-44 and 45+
The older group had a fairly traditional view of items to pass on to their loved ones, including photos, jewellery, property and ornaments.
The younger group favoured less tangible legacies such as recipes and family traditions, although they also said they’d want to leave jewellery and photos.
By Karen Shakespeare, 16th May 2013.