When you suffer a bereavement, a funeral for a member of your family is the most difficult day of your life. Everything your family and friends thought about a loved one is expressed on that day.
When someone dies it comes as a great shock. sometimes the death may be expected, but nothing prepares you for the emotional shock of losing someone close.
As your funeral directors, we are here to help and advise in whatever way we can. We are dedicated professionals who provide a personal service.
It is a rare privilege to be a funeral director, to stand in a sensitive position at a crucial time in the midst of your family, knowing that the quality of our service and reputation will help you through the most difficult time in your lives.
We have added this information to our website as an extension to the specialist information that the funeral director will discuss with you. It allows you the option to sit in the privacy of your own home or anywhere you feel at ease and reflect on the information you have been given, and to raise any further questions you may have about complementary or additional services we can provide.
It is not our policy to impose urgency or apply undue pressure on you or your family. It is important for many people to reflect the personality and character of the deceased within the arrangements and this often requires time and thought to do so.