The choice of a cremation funeral can be very personal and is often influenced by the wishes of your loved one, family tradition or religious/non religious views.
Our staff are here to guide you through the steps and give your loved one the send off they requested.
When selecting a cremation funeral you will need to select a location, then decide if you require a service in another place like a church or funeral home before proceeding to the crematorium for the committal service. All crematoriums provide a service room with seating capacities of 70 plus in order for the cremation funeral service to be carried out at the same venue.
There are restrictions about what may be cremated with your loved one for example; metal materials are not allowed however your funeral director will advise during the arrangements what can be placed in the coffin for cremation.
Additional costs to consider for a cremation funeral include purchasing a new memorial casket or an entry in the Book of Remembrance at the crematorium which is charged by the selected crematorium.