Arranging a Funeral

Our promise is to help you arrange a funeral with care, respect, clarity and reassurance. Our team of professionals are here to listen, advise & guide you through all your options

Error message

  • Warning: unlink(sites/all/modules/tm_follow/css/tm_follow.css): Permission denied in drupal_unlink() (line 2282 of /var/www/html/wwwroot/drupal_57583/includes/file.inc).
  • Warning: unlink(sites/all/modules/tm_follow/css/tm_follow.css): Permission denied in drupal_unlink() (line 2282 of /var/www/html/wwwroot/drupal_57583/includes/file.inc).

Find a Funeral

director

Our funeral directors are here to help you in your time of need, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. They are experts in all aspects of arranging a funeral and will guide you through the decisions to be made.

After the Funeral

we are always here for you

We will contact you after the funeral to make sure that you are satisfied with the service we provided. We can also help and advise you on the choice of memorial masonry, to discuss the scattering of the ashes.

From the Old

to the new

Today funerals are, in many ways, still celebrated as they were 100 years ago. However, things are starting to change as we create more personal ways of saying goodbye.

Funeral etiquette

We answer some of the common questions people have about what to do and what happens at a funeral.

Sympathy letters

We hope that these sample sympathy letters will make it easier for you to write and express your condolences.

Coping with grief

Grief is a normal response to loss. It often brings physical and emotional pain. Shock, anger, guilt, regret.

Helping friends

We offer useful advice on how to help friends and relatives in grief.

Memorials

Many people gain comfort from having a memorial as a lasting memory for a loved one who has died.

Set funeral plans

Our Set Funeral Plans make planning a funeral incredibly straightforward. Every essential service is taken care of.

The way forward

We also promote natural burial as the way forward for our future funeral needs.

Burial or cremation

The choice between burial and cremation is a very personal one and may be influenced by many factors.

About Us: Registering a Death

In most cases you will need to register the death within five days and it is best to visit the
register office in the area in which the person died. This will help avoid delays getting the
necessary documents.