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Arranging A Funeral

St Helens Bereavement Services have been working in partnership with The Citizens Advice Bureau to produce a leaflet for Bereaved families to help guide them through arranging a funeral.

The death of a partner, relative or friend is a painful loss. As many families know very little about funerals, it is a difficult and worrying time and it is natural to want the best for your loved one. 

Funerals are an important part of the bereavement process, which includes acknowledging your loss and expressing your sadness. They are a way of showing your love and respect for the deceased, it is a celebration of their life.

The leaflet aims to provide advice and help from ‘registering a death’ to ‘arranging a funeral’ in the United Kingdom and lists useful contact details and where you can get more information.

Read the Arranging A Funeral leaflet for more information.

June 2017

Congratulations to Cemetery Operative Ste Thomas who has passed the national Crematorium Technician's Training Scheme and received his certificate of proficiency.

Bereavement Services Manager Sonia Neighbour (pictured with Ste and Bereavement Services Officer Nicola O'Dowd) said: 'Ste passed the exam after many months of hard work, determination and training. On behalf of the Council, I would like to congratulate him for his achievement and success."