How corona virus may affect funerals

As you will be aware, we are currently facing a period of uncertainty with the corona virus pandemic. We, like everyone else, need to take responsibility to protect our clients and ourselves. We have been thinking about the possible impacts on funerals which are already organised and those yet to be planned in the coming weeks and months. We would like to provide reassurance that our commitment to caring for you and your loved ones will always remain our first Read More …

How we can help

There are many thing to arrange for the funeral, we at Woollard & Kent are here to help you and take you through everything to ensure your wishes and the wishes of the deceased are carried out fully so that you are fully satisfied that you have everything that you need to say goodbye to your loved one. We will make arrangements from the smallest, most private and intimate funeral to the most prestigious. We can accommodate everyone’s wishes from Read More …

Sample Questions We May Ask You

Do not worry if there are some you cannot answer. Information about the person who has died We will need their full name (official) their home address, the date, time and where they died, their date of birth, if they had a pacemaker or implanted defibrillator, and if they had pre-planned or prepaid for their funeral. Cremation or Burial and the type of officiant to conduct the service One of your main decisions you will need to make is whether Read More …