Our guide to arranging a funeral

Our guide to arranging a funeral

Each funeral is individual because each family is different.

Our guide to arranging a funeral

Funerals are changing. People are becoming more aware of the alternatives available to them. Each funeral is individual because each family is different.

Every funeral arrangement should be appropriate for the person who has died and for the bereaved. Whether this is something simple or more elaborate, we are here to ensure that the best possible ceremony takes place. Please feel free to discuss any particular or unusual requests - our advice is free and without obligation. As funeral directors, we are here to help and advise you in whatever way we can. Our staff are fully trained, professional and sympathetic to your needs. Arrangements can be made at one of our offices or in the comfort of your own home.

Apart from registering the death, we will, with your considered instructions attend to all the details required. We will take responsibility for organising the chosen venue for the funeral service (if appropriate) and the committal and for securing the services of an appropriate minister or officiant. This could be for any religion or indeed, no religion (e.g. humanist or civil celebrant) if desired.

Please click on the link below to access our guide to arranging a funeral which will help you prepare for the next stages. Our staff are on hand 24 hours a day to guide you through the process step by step and will support you throughout the process.


Our Potters Bar office is open 8.00 – 4.30 and Radlett is open 9.00 – 2.30. An appointment is not necessary to make funeral arrangements, however, it is advisable so that we can ensure one of our trained staff are available to assist you.

If you are unable to attend our premises and would prefer, we are able to make arrangements at your home address. Please contact the office on 01707 652288 or 01923 852899 for further information.

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