Our North Baddesley Funeral Parlour
Once we’ve agreed on the suitable meeting place, we’ll need to go over the varying options and you’ll have to make a choice on the most appropriate combination. This will be covered by our funeral director face to face but you can keep reading below, so you’re prepared.
The first choice is between a burial and a cremation. By some people, burials are perceived to be a more permanent and traditional resting place. On the other hand, a cremation may give more options of where the remains are finally placed – while some people leave instructions in their will, this isn’t always the case.
The actual services can be held in a church beforehand or – in case a religious service isn’t really appropriate – our funeral parlour in North Baddesley can arrange for it to be held at one of the nearby chapels.
When you choose our funeral parlour, North Baddesley residents, you will have many options when it comes to speakers. Our directors have long-established contacts with the British Humanist Association and multiple independent speakers for non-religious services.