Arranging A Funeral
When you have to make funeral arrangements, this can be a daunting task. Our aim is to make you feel at ease, either in the comfort of your own home or at our premises where the kettle is always on.
During the arrangements, we would discuss a range of options with you, these would be whether it is to be burial or cremation, the ceremony itself be it religious or non-religious, the number of vehicles required, floral tributes, newspaper announcements. Our aim is to cater for all needs and to take the burden from you as much as possible.
When the arrangements are complete you will be provided with a full written estimate of our charges and the disbursements incurred, you will also have a written confirmation of the day, date and time of the funeral.
Below are some parties you may need to contact when a death has taken place:
Social Services / District Nurses (If there is equipment belonging to either of these it must be returned) Employer of professional association Gas / Electric / Water / Telephone & Cable companies Car Insurance Post Office Credit Card Companies Banks & Building Societies Hospital and /or Family Doctor Investment and insurance policies Social Security Local Council Inland Revenue
To Be Returned:
Season tickets and club membership cards Vehicle registration documents (To change name of ownership) Car insurance (To change policy holders name, or to claim a refund) Television licence (To change name or to claim a refund) National insurance papers Passport Driving Licence Library books and card