The Role of Your Funeral Director

Our Services

A funeral should be planned carefully and unhurriedly.
We are here to assist in any way we can and are able to provide the following services in addition to our personal attention in arranging and conducting the funeral.

  • Private Chapels of rest with visiting times by appointment.

  • Modern fleet of hearse and limousines.

  • Horse drawn and more unusual forms of transport arranged.

  • Organisation of and distribution of floral tributes.

  • Printed hymn sheets, acknowledgement cards, attendance cards, obituary notices for the local press.

  • Catering for mourners after the funeral.

  • Full monumental masonry services covering both burial and cremation memorials.

  • Guidance to claim funeral grants.

  • Pre-arranged and pre-paid funeral plans.

How We Will Help

In providing these services we will make available a wide variety of equipment including transport for the removal of the deceased available 24 hours a day, hearse and limousines for the conducting of the funeral and the necessary uniformed staff.

Under 16 Funerals

Should the deceased be under the age of 16, all our professional services are provided free of charge. Many doctors, ministers, crematoriums and cemeteries also make no charge for under 16’s but not all do.

Repatriation

In addition, we can arrange funerals in other parts of the country and organise repatriation from abroad for a funeral in the UK or vice versa, including attending to the necessary permits and documentation.

Notices

One way of notifying people of your loss, is by the medium of the press. This can be done locally by using newspapers, such as the Stockport Express, Glossop Chronicle and the Manchester Evening News, or in any of the National newspapers. We can help you compile such a notice, tailored to your requirements. Following the funeral, acknowledgement notices can also be placed.

We can offer help and guidance in arranging a variety of tributes for you with long established local florists.

Funeral Choices

  • Religious or Secular

    The choice will be dependent on the individual’s preferences

  • A Green Funeral

    Typically where the deceased is buried in a natural area using a coffin made of sustainable materials

  • Themed/Personalised Funerals

    To reflect the way the deceased lived and to bring a unique style to their funeral

  • Woodland Burial

    Where burials take place in dedicated woodland sites

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