Arranging a funeral involves a number of different decisions to be made and often consists of several family members making those decisions. At Gillotts, our role is to help and support families in making those choices.
The key elements in arranging a funeral normally relate to whether it’s a burial or cremation, a religious or non-religious ceremony, the degree of personalisation to the service and the type of wake or reception you’d like to have after the service. Whether you’re seeking a traditional service or wish to create a unique and vibrant celebration of your loved one’s life, we offer families flexibility and a choice of funeral options to honour their loved ones. Equally, if you’re unsure, our funeral directors can run you through the different types of funeral services and help you plan a service that respects their wishes.
This section of our website aims to provide you with the information you’re likely to need, in order to be able make these choices with your family.
If you would like further details relating to funeral options or any aspect of arranging a funeral, contact us directly.