The thought of arranging a funeral is not something any of us would want to do, especially in the case of your husband, wife or child.
This together with the distress and emotional upset leaves the bereaved completely disorientated and unsure of what to do next. It is exactly this situation that our funeral directors have been trained to understand and cope with.
We endeavour, under any circumstances to provide the bereaved with full and fair information about all services we can provide and information we can give.
Funeral arrangements can be made at a time and place of your choosing.
Our funeral director will discuss your requirements, along with thoughts and ideas you may have, and help decide the best way for you to include them in the service. Anything discussed is not set in stone, you are free to change your mind once you have had time to think and talk with your family.
It is your choice how much we do on your behalf, we can make every single arrangement for you, or you can take charge of things like catering for the reception, flowers or service sheets yourself. Either way, we will still give options and advice, our services are on offer, but we will not pressure you to use a supplier or service we suggest.
We will also explain and complete and legal documentation that may be required. This includes, but is not limited to, applications for cremation or burial, a written estimate of costs and explaining your right to cancel our services. We will also send you a copy of this estimate of costs for you to refer to.
We are here to help you in whatever way we can, we pride ourselves on providing you with a personal, 24 hour a day, 365 day a year service.
Please feel free to download our Funeral Checklist. This can be used for planning your own funeral, or to give you things to think about if you are due to meet with the funeral director to arrange a funeral now.