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Arranging a funeral

Our definition of a funeral has changed over the years. Once upon a time funerals were very much a religious ceremony and for many people they still are. However, these days a funeral does not necessarily have to be religious or held in a chapel. There is also a growing body of evidence showing that funerals are an important tool for helping people cope with the grief of losing someone. Because of this, funerals are important no matter your cultural or religious background.

When it comes to planning a funeral, there are no hard and fast rules around what can or can’t be done. There are many ways to create an authentic, meaningful service that is relevant to those attending and a meaningful reflection of the life that has passed.

Some of the choices made when arranging a funeral will directly impact the type of service you will have, primarily if it will be a burial or a cremation, and if a cemetery or memorial park will be used. Once these decisions have been made, there are a lot of different ways that a funeral can be customised to reflect the individual. 

WHAT HAPPENS FOLLOWING A DEATH

Everyone of us will have to deal with the death of a loved one at some point in our lives. When it happens you need some helpful advice on what to do.

HOW MUCH DOES A FUNERAL COST?

The cost of a funeral can vary greatly and depends on what sort of ceremony is planned. 

THE ROLE OF A FUNERAL DIRECTOR

Most of us have very little experience when it comes to organising funerals. Because of this, we often don’t know the various steps involved in arranging a funeral ceremony.

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