We have continually adapted the way we work to help keep you and our staff safe throughout the coronavirus pandemic and during the second lockdown. We have introduced several safety checkpoints in all of our funeral homes and follow all governmental guidelines throughout the coronavirus lockdown.
We take the greatest care and have made all of our funeral homes COVID secure through a detailed 28-point checklist.
We are here for you and can still arrange a dignified funeral throughout the second lockdown. Some services may be limited currently due to the pandemic but, rest assured, our Funeral Directors will work with you to arrange a fitting farewell for your loved one, whilst following governmental guidelines.
The new measures clearly state that funerals can continue with a maximum of 30 mourners – however, these should be close family and friends only, with social distancing guidelines observed.
We know at the moment things are a little different. But when things get back to normal, we will still be here. We can adapt our services to arrange a dignified funeral now and then organise a beautiful memorial service later, when restrictions are lifted.
Our Funeral Directors are on hand to help you organise a fitting and dignified farewell during the coronavirus lockdown.
A guide to the first things you will need to do during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Whilst the number of people who can attend the funeral at the moment is restricted, it can still be a day of remembrance and reflection and not just for those that are there.
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If you are self-isolating or if the restrictions prevent you from attending, all is not lost as there are alternative ways to pay your last respects on the day of the funeral.
The day of the funeral
When current restrictions are lifted, we will organise a memorial service or equivalent. It can be a standalone service, or it can coincide with the scattering or interment of ashes or placement of a physical memorial.
A service later
Our guide provides advice and guidance on coping with grief and the loss of a loved one.
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