A traditional funeral. Hymn singing. Prayers in an unfamiliar church. Followed by a burial or cremation nearby? Or… a Celebration of Life, in a place your loved one enjoyed, focussing on the good times, the memories and the joy you shared? Because you see, although the passing of a relative or friend is a very sad time, celebrating a life is a chance to focus on the person, celebrate the
Have you thought about what your plans might be when it comes to your own funeral or cremation? And have you made them clear to your nearest and dearest? When I speak with clients who have lost a loved one, it is clear that a lot of the time, the subject of death and funerals is a bit of a taboo. In a lot of these cases, relatives choose to
Have you said goodbye to a loved one over the past few months? During these unprecedented times of COVID-19? Cheshire funeral directors have been working hard to make the process as easy as possible for those who are grieving. But there’s a feeling that something is missing from these alternative funeral services that have taken place across the county. However, as lockdown eases there is hope that we can begin to give
How do you plan the perfect farewell when it comes to the loss of a loved one? A Celebration of Life is an opportunity to give their story a happy ending.