You can keep or leave, all or part, of any tribute just as you please. Often a memento is taken by family members or sometimes sprays can be donated to a church, hospice or nursing home. There is no "rule".
There's no right or wrong answer. Retaining ashes is a very personal thing. Some people want to scatter them at a later date, others can't bear to part with them. We can help by providing practical storage advice and guiding you to make the decision that is most fitting for you and your family.
You can have as many cars as you like, and if this is not enough, we can explore coaches or other options.
We can assist with event planning for all elements of your funeral from the simple send-off to an extravagant celebration.
Costs can vary depending on whether you need to purchase a grave and cremation fees vary in different councils.
If the grave is earth rather than bricked then the grave will take six months or more before the ground is firm enough to place the weight of a headstone. If the grave is bricked inside, then it does not take as long.
The Funeral Account is sent to the person responsible for the arrangements or the solicitor, after the funeral service. We reserve the right to ask for disbursements and payment for flowers in advance of the funeral service. The account can be paid for by cash, cheque debit or credit card.
If you require either a Death Notice or an Obituary in a local or national newspaper, please let us know at the time of making the funeral arrangements. If you wish to place an Acknowledgement after the funeral service has taken place, please contact us within 7 days of the funeral and we will be happy [...]
If you require catering after the funeral you can make your own arrangements or contact us to make a booking at a hotel or restaurant. Alternatively we can provide catering and staff at your home or at a venue.
You can place them in the Garden of Remembrance but you may not know where they are and you can not place a head stone with them. You may wish to purchase a grave just for the purpose of interring the cremated remains. This allows you to have a headstone and have other members of [...]