When Death Occurs

Helping you celebrate A life lived

Losing a loved one is never easy, when it comes time to care for a deceased loved one, you may naturally feel overwhelmed and confused about what the next steps are.  An important factor in the arrangements of a funeral is our ability to listen to your needs and desires and if you are unsure we can help you determine them, gently and in a caring, professional manner.  When you engage our services Funeral arrangements can be made in the privacy of your own home or at either of our offices.

'Blessed are those who mourn for they shall be comforted’ Matthew 5 v 4

Frequently Asked Questions

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If the death occurred at home you should contact your GP or Doctor on Call to report the death to them.  The Doctor will then come to your home to verify the death and issue a death certificate.  You can contact ourselves to let us know that the Doctor has been allowing us to convey your loved one to our funeral home.  If the Doctor is unable to issue a death certificate they will contact the Coroner who will make the necessary arrangements for the deceased to be taken into their care.
Just a short note to thank you for all your support over the past week since the death of my father.  Can I ask that you thank James and in particular Julie who has been so supportive this week.  The family were very pleased with all the arrangements, I know Dad would have been pleased.
R Caldwell