The location of the final resting place will need to be arranged, using either an existing family plot or a new plot. Arrangements are then made with the relevant governed bodies and cemetery caretakers depending on the cemetery to ensure the grave is prepared.
Similar to burials, it is usual to hold an appropriate service in your local church, place of worship or funeral home. The coffin is then removed to the chapel in the crematorium grounds, where a short committal service takes place (similar to that at a graveside). The mourners take their seats in the chapel. The coffin is then brought into the chapel and the service begins. At the end of the service, the coffin is moved into the committal room and the mourners leave. The form of the service depends on the religion of the deceased. You can make other arrangements however if you wish.
On your behalf, we will arrange for all the documentation to be completed, signed, and approved before the cremation process takes place.