Funeral Services in Bradford for over 100 years
Upon death (whether at home or in a nursing home) the first call will be to the family doctor who will certify death. Once the doctor has attended you can then ring us on our 24 hour call line which is available 365 days a year. We will then attend to remove your loved one back to our chapel of rest. If death occurs in hospital they will remain there until all the required paper work has been completed by the doctor. After which the deceased will then be taken to our private chapel of rest. When you have recovered from your initial shock you will have to decide what the funeral arrangements are to be.
Is the funeral going to be a cremation?
Is the funeral going to be a burial?
Once you have made these initial choices it is best to get in touch with a funeral director where they will guide you through the arrangements for the funeral and organise everything on your behalf. These funeral arrangements can take place either in your home or in our offices at a time suitable to you.
The only thing left for you to do is register the death of your love one at the registrars. This has to be done by a family member and not the Funeral Director. This can be done before or after arranging the funeral with the funeral director. You will need the Medical Certificate of cause of death to take with you to the registrars and is obtained from the deceased GP who saw them last.
Funeral cost are broken down into two categories.
Once you have arranged the funeral, the Funeral Director will then leave you with a written estimate.
The person arranging the funeral is responsible for making sure the funeral account is paid.
A simple funeral as set out by SAIF includes:
Excludes the following:
All arrangements to be made in our offices during office hours.
The simple funeral is priced at £1200 plus disbursements. All fees to be paid in full 48 hours after arranging the funeral
Prices as at 1st November 2012.