Bespoke Funerals in Longridge

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Bespoke Funerals in LongridgeClifford Ward’s bespoke funerals in Longridge are able to cater to your every need. When you have had a bereavement you need to call our funeral director. All you need to do is to let them know where the loved one is and we will collect and convey them to our funeral home. The funeral director will help you to complete the necessary documentation to enable a funeral to take place. You could choose to have a burial or a cremation. Both of them can be bespoke. With a bespoke funeral, you have an unlimited choice of what you would like at the service.

When you endure a tragic occurrence in Longridge, bespoke funerals can help you cope and give your loved one the memorial service you want. You may want to have an order of service or hymn sheets printed for the funeral. These can be personalised with photographs of the family member and printed in whatever colour you feel is suitable. The funeral can be arranged to suit whatever ideas you feel comfortable with and would like to have at the funeral. The chapel can be filled with flowers in various colours. This can be a simple wreath made for you by a florist and incorporating favourite flowers in a special shape. There are standard coffins available in many types of wood with fittings in various metals. If you have a specific shape or design of coffin it can be designed and made for the funeral. There are white doves which can be released at the burial site or outside the church. There are many different kinds of hearses which can be arranged, from a wonderful horse-drawn carriage hearse in black or white with matching horses or any type of vehicle you may want for the conveyance of the coffin to the final resting site.

Bespoke funerals in Longridge are a personal matter of choice. If you need the services of a funeral director for a bespoke funeral, contact Clifford Ward. We can assist in planning a funeral that is dignified and respectful for your lost loved one.

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