We understand that grieving does not end at the funeral ceremony and we are always available if you need further support after the day of the funeral.
We can also direct you to professional bereavement counselling.
Download our 'After the Funeral' support brochures - click here for our 'After the Burial' support brochure or click here for our 'After the Cremation' support brochure.
Our annual 'Light a Candle' Remembrance Services and 'Name a Star' Christmas Trees provide great comfort to the bereaved, and are part of our philosophy of continual care and support.
Click the image on the right to download our comprehensive list of helpful contacts for Bereavement Advice and Support.
If someone you know has died recently or even years ago, The Bereavement Register® can help reduce the amount of direct mail sent to their address, stopping painful daily reminders. Click here to visit
We have now linked with this very useful service – please take a look at their website:
The statistics about older people and loneliness are frightening. More than half of all 75 year olds in the UK live alone and one in ten suffers “intense” loneliness but is reluctant to ask for help. In a poll conducted to mark the national launch of The Silver Line on 25 November 2013, 9 out of 10 older people told researchers that “a chat on the phone” is the most helpful solution when they feel lonely but 1 in 4 older people say they never or seldom have someone to chat to on the phone.