Help & Advice

Where & When

If someone close to you has died, or is dying, please don’t feel you have to wait to call us. Arrangements can be made before – and also immediately after – death and finalised later. We are here to offer guidance and take away worry or doubt you may have. It’s never too early to talk, we're here to help.

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The registration of a death should always take place as soon as possible and is usually carried out by a relative of the person who has died.

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Arranging The Funeral

Our highly-experienced team will guide you through the arrangements with care and compassion, ensuring that the funeral you choose is fitting and meaningful. We consider it a privilege to care for your loved one and to provide comfort to you and your family during your time of loss.

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Understanding Direct Cremations

A direct cremation is a simple, dignified option in which your loved one is cremated without a funeral service or ceremony.

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Bereavement Support

Losing a loved one isn't easy, we get - we've been there too.

There is no blueprint for how to handle bereavement. No timescales for grief. Bereavement can bring out strong feelings from intense anger, to numbness, exhaustion and the aching pain of loss. Some people can even feel isolated after the loss of a life partner, family member or close friend. From experience we know that it can help to share some of that journey with someone who understands loss and grief and can offer support.

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Help With The Cost

If you have any worries about the financial arrangements, please talk to your funeral director.

Help with the cost of a funeral may be available to those receiving benefits. Advice on what help is available can be found at

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