Arranging a Funeral
The most important thing we advise families, don’t rush, take your time, think carefully on what you require for your loved one. This is one reason why we ask that families pre arrange their funerals as you get to decide exactly what you want.
We are here to help, we know what to do, and can take many of your worries away, with a simple phone call or arrangement, is all that is needed.
Date, Time of service
This will depend on family needs, clergy availability Cemetery bookings, which is why we ask that you talk to us first, as we co-ordinate between all parties to ensure that the service is what you require.
One of our chapels, church, hall, park or cemetery, the decision is yours. Things to remember, the weather can play a big part on a memorable service.
Type of Service
Religious, Non-Religious, either can be held at our chapels or where you choose. Our family staff are trained civil celebrants and can provide a meaningful service, or maybe you have a preferred celebrant. The choice is yours.
Burial or Cremation, Newspaper notice, Order of service, Viewing, Clothes, Photo presentation are all things you need to think about, and we are here to help.
You can download our funeral planning guide which cover many aspects relating to a funeral, and also helps answer many questions you may have. Click here Funeral Guide.
The Eulogy, Loving tribute to celebrate a life
The eulogy is an important part of the service as it celebrates the life of your loved one and the way they touched your heart & life as well as the life of others. Writing and delivering the eulogy is an important undertaking, since the eulogy helps the healing process begin for all who are left behind. The eulogy can be delivered by anyone – a family member, friend or clergy – it is best delivered by one who has closely known the deceased. The eulogy may be shared jointly with a number of others contributing words of remembrance and even poetry.
Funeral Notice, Order of Service
All items that we can help you with when you arrange a funeral.
We honestly believe that the viewing of a loved one, resting peacefully as if they were asleep, leaves a comforting memory. Our policy is Your Loved One is treated as if they were our loved one, and cared by us with dignity and respect. We have trained Embalmer to ensure your loved one is cared for the way they should be.