Funeral Ceremonies

Do you need to arrange a Salisbury funeral, or a Celebration of Life Ceremony in Wiltshire? We are here to provide you with professional and sensitive guidance and are able to plan, conduct and oversee a personal and unique funeral ceremony for your loved one, in Salisbury and beyond.

The ceremony can be traditional or contemporary, formal or relaxed, semi-religious or non-religious, to reflect your wishes and the wishes of the deceased.

You may elect to hold the ceremony at the crematorium or other venue of your choosing. We are also able to recommend a number of beautiful and unique venues which may be an appropriate setting to celebrate the life of your loved one.

Many bereaved families have not had to organise a funeral before and we are able to provide practical help and advice with any part of this journey from your loved one’s death to the final goodbye. We are available to help you to plan, guide and deliver as much or as little of the funeral as you wish.

“The service and the poems were beautiful we really couldn’t of asked for any more”

LR, September 2017.

Planning a funeral

Talk to us

We can advise you through every stage from the death registration to the funeral

Save the date

Ensure that Julie or Emily are available for your chosen date

Design your day

We can help you with ideas and suggestions on how best to structure the arrangements and the ceremony

While you're waiting...

Call on us any time with any queries ~ we are available 24/7 and you won’t need to go through a call centre.

Peace of Mind

Helping to ensure all the main players are comfortable with their roles including regular contact with your chosen Funeral Director

Day is here

The funeral or Celebration of Life is as important to us as it is to you and your family. We will be on hand to ensure your wishes are met and the day goes smoothly

See what others have to say about us…

Wonderful! You helped us through such a difficult time with just the right amount of sensitive and sensible support. Thank you so much.

– Sarah McCauley