We are a small, well established, family-run company in Nailsworth, Stroud. Our approach ensures that each funeral arrangement is tailored to reflect both the character of the person who has died and also meet the individual needs of the family.
At the very heart of everything we do is the knowledge that to be of any real service to the bereaved, practical help must be underpinned with clear advice & guidance and offered with tact and understanding. Whatever the circumstances of your bereavement may be, we have the experience and resources to help.
Providing guidance about what to do immediately after a death. This section will also be useful to those who may be preparing for an imminent bereavement and wish to learn more
This section gives specific guidance when it is known that a death has been reported to the Coroner. Such situations are usually deaths occurring suddenly and unexpectedly, or deaths in unnatural or suspicious circumstances.
A list of the most common practical issues that need to be addressed following a bereavement and the persons / organisations that may need to be informed. As a company, we do not feel that our duty of care necessarily ends once the funeral is over and the account has been paid. We hope that clients will feel able to contact us at any future stage if they require further advice and support with any matter arising from their bereavement. Regardless of the subject of your query, we will almost invariably be able to quickly put you in contact with the appropriate source of information or help. What follows however, is a list of the most common practical issues that need to be addressed following a bereavement.