When funeral planning there is much to consider. During such a difficult time you may find the prospect of organising a funeral overwhelming. If so, then why not let Piper Funeral Services support you through the process. From selecting the floral tributes through to preparing the order of service we can help at every stage. Whether there is to be a burial or cremation, a religious service or a non-religious ceremony, we can provide a dignified send-off. Our top priority is ensuring that we meet the final wishes of your loved one, so we will endeavour to meet all requests. Please get in touch with the team for help and planning support.
The first stage of making funeral preparations will be a consultation with an experienced member of our staff. Our understanding and approachable planners can visit your home or, alternatively, schedule an appointment at our premises. Your comfort is our first concern, therefore we will encourage you to take your time and share your thoughts and feelings on the important aspects of the funeral.
Creating a bespoke funeral service is what Piper Funeral Services do best. Thus, we will go above and beyond to facilitate the deceased’s final wishes wherever possible. Areas we will discuss with you include:
On the day of the funeral we will be on hand to oversee proceedings. We will prepare the deceased for the service and escort them and their next of kin to the venue in line with your plans. Furthermore, our staff will be on hand to support and help mourners throughout the service. Our top priority is to ensure the deceased receives a dignified send-off, and that their final wishes are carried out in a respectful manner.
Yes, our trusted funeral directors start with a consultation and can help you to plan every detail whilst helping you as much as possible.
All deaths in England and Wales are required by law to be registered, usually within five days (unless by prior arrangement with the registrar).
No, while religious ceremonies are still common, you can opt for a funeral service that is less or not religious in nature. As an alternative to saying farewell, a non-religious funeral ceremony focuses on celebrating a loved one’s life, personality, and accomplishments.
The entire cost of a funeral is determined by the choices you make, such as the type of casket and funeral cars, as well as if you need flowers, stationery, or mementos.