Arranging The Funeral
  My services to you start when you contact me, by telephone or visiting the funeral home and often extend way beyond the day of the funeral.

On initial contact I will ask for preliminary details, whereupon if the deceased has died at home, in a nursing home or hospital.

I will advise the conveyance of your loved one to the private chapel of rest.

I would then ask, for a time and place to suit the family, for myself to call and arrange the funeral that meets the needs and requirements of those concerned.


When a death has occurred in the home, hospice or nursing home we will attend as soon as possible.

  • There are 3 things you must do in the first few days after someone dies...

  • Request a medical certificate from the GP or hospital doctor. You'll need this to register the death.
  • Register the death within 5 days (8 days in Scotland)
  • Arrange the funeral - Take time to think about how you want the funeral to proceed and if it is to be a religious or non religious services, will a family member be taking the service?, this one of the questions that I will help you to decide. 
  • We will require the green certificate from the Registrar or the Coroner's Order for Cremation before we can collect the body. you must register the death within 5 days and this must be done by you. (The GREEN form is currently being issued via email directly from the registrars office)

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