The first decision to be made for any funeral service is whether there will be a burial or a cremation. You will then need to decide where the service will be held. This may be at a church or place of worship, at a crematorium chapel, at the graveside or somewhere else. If the funeral service is to be held in church or at another venue, it can be followed by a short committal service at the crematorium or at the graveside.
You may find that these choices may already have been made by the deceased, either by discussion with family members or in their will.
The arranging of the funeral service involves many elements. We will take care of all of the details. We will listen carefully to your requirements, help you make important and difficult decisions, liaise with third parties and ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible on the day.
We can provide advice on:
The funeral service
The funeral service is a way of saying goodbye to someone who has passed away. We are here to take you through the decisions you need to make to ensure you can arrange the funeral you want for your loved one.
Choosing between cremation or burial
The first choice people usually make is about the type of funeral service that will take place. Whether you choose a burial or a cremation, we will be there to make all the arrangements on your behalf.
Some things to consider about a burial:
For all burials there are fees involved that could include the following:
Some things to consider about a cremation:
Supplying information about the deceased
In order to make the funeral arrangements we will need: