What to do after a death occurs?

Few things are as painful as losing someone you love. Even if their death is expected nothing prepares you for the emotional shock that follows bereavement.

As your funeral directors, we are here to help and advise in any way we can. Guiding you through the choices and the decisions you will need to make, supporting you as you take your time to ensure that the funeral you arrange will give you the opportunity to say farewell as YOU wish to, whether that is with a very simple service, a traditional service or a more individual service, is a privilege we never underestimate.

You will never be rushed. Take your time. When you are ready to get in touch, call us.

In the early stages of our discussions we will only ask for enough information to enable us to arrange to bring your loved one into our care as soon as possible. We will then make an appointment at a suitable time and place where we can begin to discuss the funeral arrangements.

We will provide a full written estimate to you,  giving you certainty as to the funeral commitment you have arranged.

The funeral account itself is divided into two separate parts, the Funeral Director’s charges, and the disbursements. These costs are clearly set out in the “costs and charges” section.

You may wish to spend some time with your loved one before the funeral. Our beautiful Chapel of Rest is of course available to you. Relatives and friends may also wish to pay their last respect – they are welcome too but this will only be allowed with your permission.

I am here for you delivering a service based on traditional values, sensibly priced.