Some families prefer to bury their loved ones, either as a decision they have made, or at the request of the deceased.

Purchasing a new grave can be expensive, due to the procurement of the land.

The possibility to be buried in a churchyard is dependant on the availability and permission of your local church.


A more popular choice today, cremation is generally less expensive than a burial, and there is no need for the site of a grave to be secured.

The funeral service may take place at a crematorium, in a church or any other location of importance.

The family will have a number of choices regarding the treatment of the ashes. Some families prefer to keep them, often in an urn, some prefer to bury them, while others may wish to scatter them in a place of sentimental location.