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What Happens after a Funeral?

Although the funeral itself might seem like the end of the arrangements, there may be some other areas that you need to consider.

Acknowledgements

Placing an acknowledgement in a local or national newspaper is a good way of thanking all those people who have supported and helped you through such a difficult time. This can be arranged by your funeral director.

If you did not put a notice in the newspaper before the funeral, you might wish to consider this now, in memory of the deceased and as a ‘thank you'.

Alternatively you could call or write to people to whom you are particularly grateful. Many funeral directors can supply printed acknowledgement cards if you do not feel you can manage individual letters.

Grave tending

If you are unable to tend the grave yourself, for example if you live a considerable distance away or you are unable to visit often, there are companies that can take care of the grave for you.

Please call us for contact details of the companies nearest to you.

⇦ Repatriation for a funeral overseas Distributing the ashes ⇨

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