From the very first call, we are here to help with all aspects of arranging a funeral. If the wishes of the deceased are known, some of the decision making for the family is easier. Arranging a funeral can be a traumatic and emotional time for the majority of families, that is why we are here to guide, advise and assist you in formulating the funeral service you feel is most appropriate.
Few people realise the extent of the funeral director's role, It begins when we receive your first call and ends only when we are satisfied the ceremony is as perfect and complete as you have wished. We will, during the arrangements of the funeral, give information to you and receive information from you with regards to all our requirements.
Information we require:
Your name, address and telephone number
Your relationship to the deceased
Full name of the deceased, date, time and place of death
Name of their GP
If a burial, the grave deeds
In the case of burial you will be asked whether there is an existing grave, or if a new grave is to be purchased and in which cemetery.
If you are arranging a funeral now or planning for the future, please call us. We’ll give you all the time, support and advice you need.
Our caring team can arrange many different types of funeral from traditional and multi-faith to ecological and also work at the location of your choice.