Support after the funeral
The funeral may have taken place, but that doesn’t mean our service to you is over.
Losing a loved one triggers all kinds of emotions that can take time and support to reconcile.
It’s for that reason that we offer professional bereavement counselling as a standard part of our service. We can also signpost you to other sources of ongoing grief support within your local area.
Headstone repair and maintenance, advice on scattering ashes, and more – just ask and we’ll be happy to advise and assist in any way we can.
Obituary notices can usually be placed in local or national newspapers to publicly announce the death and details of the funeral service. Some choose to include a verse to pay tribute to their loved one once they have passed away.
We are happy to create and arrange the obituary notices for you, as well as any acknowledgement notices you wish to place. These notices are placed by relatives of the person who has died, and publicly acknowledge anyone they feel has helped and supported them.
There is a legal aspect to death that, fortunately, is unfamiliar to most but is of great importance to ensuring that funeral preparations can start without delay.
We can guide you through your various responsibilities, the terminology and procedures involved and, should further advice be required, direct you to local experts who can offer definitive answers to your questions.