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Planning the funeral




The Church of England has set fees for burials. Remember that the burial is most likely to be in a cemetery as most churchyards cannot accept new burials. Cemeteries are generally owned by the Local Authority and fees will vary.




No one can be cremated until the cause of death is known. There are certain forms you will be required to sign. The cost of cremation will depend on which local authority’s crematorium you use. Ashes can be scattered in a garden of remembrance, or a favourite spot. They can be buried in a churchyard or cemetery, or kept.

Planning the funeral :
A ceremony for you and your family





All Denominations
Private Chapels of Rest with Piped Music and Air Conditioning
Washing and Dressing Facilities
Ample Free Parking
Home Arrangements if Preferred
Horse and Carriage Services
Worldwide Repatriation


Should you require a brochure or any further information then please don't hesitate to contact us on 0208 500 7475 at any time.

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