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Arranging a Funeral Tea & Reception

After the funeral or cremation it is a nice gesture to host a reception/wake for family and friends, the event can be as simple or fancy as you like, it is completely your choice. These events are often arranged at short notice and there are several options to think about. Firstly, consider the number of people you wish to invite, as this will provide the size of venue required. Will you require catering, bar or accommodation for relatives travelling a long way? Venues4Funerals in an instant can provide a venue that matches all your requirements, and have the staff and facilities to ensure a relaxed and dignified time for you and your guests attending the event. Always ask either the funeral director, a family member or friend to make an announcement letting people know where and when the event is taking place.

Funerals are now less rigid and becoming more personalised, and you may wish to bring a favourite CD of the deceased or a memorial DVD to play in the background. An open microphone session is also popular where loved ones can share memories or simply say a few words. The event is a send off for someone very close to you, and you can include whatever feels right for you and your family.

Aubrey Park Hotel

The Aubrey Park Hotel provides a tranquil and peaceful setting for you to join with your loved ones over this… Read more

The Living Room

A cosy space to hold your wake The Living Room is a small intimate space, a real home from home.… Read more

Moor Hall Hotel & Spa

Moor Hall Hotel & Spa in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield, is a delightful four-star country house hotel set in parkland… Read more

The Kings Oak

Say farewell to your loved ones in the beautiful and tranquil setting of Epping Forest at the Kings Oak at… Read more

Glen Yr Afon House Hotel

We at the Glen-Yr-Afon House Hotel understand that deciding on where to retire to, following a funeral is always a… Read more

The Hundred House

The Hundred House is the perfect and tranquil Countryside Venue to visit after the funeral of your loved one. Here… Read more

Marsham Court Hotel

The Marsham Court is a family owned and operated hotel overlooking the sea in central Bournemouth. Our tranquil setting overlooking… Read more

Tame Valley Hotel

Here at the Tame Valley Hotel, we understand the importance of ensuring the celebration of life of a loved one… Read more

Brickendon Grange Golf Club

At Brickendon Grange GC we understand the importance of ensuring the celebration of life of a loved one is as… Read more

Wortley Hall

Situated within 26 acres of picturesque formal woodland, Wortley Hall invites you to relax in a warm and welcoming venue… Read more

The Barns at Hunsbury Hill

The Barns at Hunsbury Hill, on the outskirts of Northampton, make a beautiful setting for wakes and funeral receptions. The… Read more

The Clubhouse at Middlesex Stadium

We understand that organising a funeral reception can be an emotional time. We have many years of experience in attending… Read more

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When a friend or loved one dies can be a time of great personal distress and yet still there are matters that must be dealt with, such as obtaining a Medical Certificate, registering the death and arranging a funeral. Our guide will provide you with all the information you need to make informed decisions at this difficult time.
 
WHAT TO DO FIRST
IF THE DEATH OCCURS IN HOSPITAL
IF THE DEATH OCCURS ELSEWHERE
IF THE DEATH OCCURS ABROAD OR IN SCOTLAND OR NORTHERN IRELAND
FUNERAL ABROAD
BRINGING A BODY BACK TO ENGLAND OR WALES
ARRANGING THE FUNERAL IN ENGLAND OR WALES
ARRANGING A CREMATION
CAUSE OF DEATH
POST-MORTEMS
REPORTING A DEATH TO THE CORONER
THE CORONER
INQUEST
IF THE ORGANS OR BODY ARE TO BE DONATED
IF A BODY IS TO BE USED FOR TEACHING PURPOSES
MOVING A BODY OUT OF ENGLAND OR WALES
 
ARRANGING THE FUNERAL
WHAT TO DO FIRST
BURIAL OR CREMATION
FUNERAL OPTIONS
TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS
MEMORIAL SERVICE OPTIONS
CHOOSING A FUNERAL DIRECTOR
ARRANGING A FUNERAL WITHOUT A FUNERAL DIRECTOR
COFFINS, URNS AND CASKETS
FUNERAL FLOWERS
CHECKLIST OF THINGS TO DO
FUNERAL RECEPTIONS/WAKES
FORMS AND CERTIFICATES
MEMORIALS
REPATRIATION
WOODLAND BURIAL GROUNDS
 
HOW TO REGISTER A DEATH
WHAT TO DO FIRST
WHAT HAPPENS AT THE REGISTER OFFICE
THE DEATH CERTIFICATE
STILLBORN BABIES
SUMMARY OF FORMS AND CERTIFICATES
 
PAYING FOR THE FUNERAL
FINDING THE MONEY
BENEFITS THAT MAY BE AVAILABLE
FUNERAL PLANS
FUNERAL COSTS
IF YOU CAN'T GET ANY OTHER HELP
 
PROPERTY, PROBATE AND POSSESSIONS
WHAT TO DO FIRST
INTESTACY RULES
POWER OF ATTORNEY
MAKING A WILL
INHERITANCE TAX
PROBATE ADVICE AND GUIDANCE
ARREARS OF BENEFIT
THINGS TO SEND BACK
PEOPLE TO TELL
 
HELP FOR THOSE LEFT BEHIND
COPING WITH INITIAL EMOTIONS
GRIEF AND WHAT TO EXPECT
LIVING WITH GRIEF
 
NATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
ORGANISATIONS
 
 

 

 
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