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Tell your life story with the new and improved LifeLocker

Avalon LifeLocker

Avalon Funeral Plans has relaunched LifeLocker, letting you safely record your memories and plan your future. Plus, Avalon plan holders have access to special features to help them store important documents and leave a legacy for their loved ones.

Avalon’s range of funeral plans go the extra mile to protect your memories and respect your wishes, with unique features like LifeLocker – a free online tool to help you tell your life story.

Now LifeLocker has been completely redesigned, with a new look and feel that makes it easier than ever to capture your memories, create a bucket list and write your life story. The online tool, which already has thousands of users, is a smart way to keep your story safe for future generations, or share with friends and family.

It means that when you’re gone, there’ll be a record of your memories, ambitions and thoughts, stored safely online, for your loved ones and future generations to share.

And if you’re an Avalon plan holder, you can unlock special features that make your LifeLocker even better:

  • Keep important documents safe with secure online storage
  • Unlock Chapter 6 and use voice-to-text to easily write messages without typing
  • Record and store videos to leave a legacy for friends and family

Already a LifeLocker user?

Don’t worry – all your information is safe and waiting for you.

When you log into LifeLocker, you’ll be asked to reset your password. Once you’ve done that, simply log in with your new password and you’ll be able to access your LifeLocker.

Check the ‘Notes’ section under each question and you’ll find all the answers to your questions.

If you need any help, you can email us at

To find out more, visit and start telling your life story for free.


About the author

With a Masters from the University of Bristol, Jessica Hanson has worked in the funeral sector for several years, following the latest industry trends and writing about end of life planning. Jessica has previously written as a blogger for the Huffington Post, covering topics such as death positivity, understanding grief and how funerals are changing. You can find Jessica on LinkedIn and Twitter.