After the Funeral
Once the funeral service has taken place there may well be arrangements you will still need to make. Cremated remains may wish to be interred at a local churchyard or cemetery. Or ashes may need to be transported overseas. Alternatively, following a burial it is likely that you would want a memorial erected of some kind.
What ever the circumstances we can assist you with:
- Applications to the diocese or local authority.
- Provide covering letters and copies of certificates for airlines.
- Discuss options for caskets or urns.
- Make all the arrangements with the monumental mason.
- Advise you of the likely costs.
- Keep you up-dated through the process.
Letters of Thanks
At a time that is confusing and obviously heart breaking to have someone like Andy appear at your door and guide you through the funeral process was a blessing. We didn’t feel pushed at all but gently guided and allowed to talk freely and choose exactly how we wanted our service for my father to be. It all felt quite natural which is exactly what you need at times like that.
From the moment my dad died to the end of his funeral you have been there. A constant source of support and advice. We could not have given him such a lovely ‘send off’ without you.
Thank you for your care and support at the time of Peters passing. Your professionalism and seamless service were really appreciated.
Dear John, Annie and all at Hailsham Funeral Service. Thank you so very much for all you done and making things go so easy for us. Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are endless. Reggie would have been proud of it.
Thank you to everyone at Hailsham Funeral Service especially Andrew for your care and compassion to our mum and continuing care and compassion to ourselves at this very sad time in our lives. Please also extend our grateful thanks to the Rev for his lovely service capturing mums character perfectly.