This guide provides an overview of our services and your options during the current Coronavirus pandemic. Our teams are available 24/7 to help; if you need us, please call us, rather than visiting our branch without a prior appointment.
We want you to know that all that is available right now, is not all that will be available in the future. We are all having to adapt the way we live and how we do things. But it is just temporary. It is the same with funerals.
We can complete all funeral arrangements over the phone and guide you through each step of the process. We will always care for your loved one with the utmost respect and professionalism.
Any restrictions on our usual services are highlighted in this guide.
A guide to the first things you will need to do during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Find out more about the first steps
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.
Find out more about types of funeral
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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Our Funeral Directors are here to help families organise a dignified and respectful funeral during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re looking for professional help and support when arranging a funeral service, your local Funeral Director will be able to offer advice wherever you are and whenever you need us.
Our rich and lengthy heritage means we can deliver our funeral services with local knowledge and unparalleled expertise.
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