help and advice
funerals & Covid-19
These are difficult times for everyone at the moment, and least of all when one of our loved one’s passes. We understand that you may have a number of questions and concerns about how funerals can operate during the pandemic and will answer any questions you have. Whilst there are some changes and restrictions, it is still possible to create a meaningful funeral experience.
Frequently asked questions
In line with Government guidance, attendees should be limited to a maximum of 30 family or friends who are not in any of the high-risk categories and are not self-isolating.
Each crematorium, cemetery or burial ground may have their own restrictions in place to ensure that it is possible for all attendees to social distance
When attending a funeral it is important to adhere to all social distancing rules that are in place. This will mean standing 2 meters apart from people who are not a member of your household and avoiding and physical body contact such as shaking hands.
Yes it is possible to visit some crematoria and cemeteries before the funeral date. Please speak with one of our funeral advisers who can let you know about any local restrictions and opening times in your area.
Yes this is now possible again however there are a number of restrictions in place including limiting the number of people who can be in the chapel at the same time
Yes currently we are able to offer each of the different types of funeral however the situation is rapidly changing and we will update if this changes.