There are so many ways to remember someone who has died, with a physical or even online memorial. It’s likely to be very personal to you and can provide a place in which to remember and reflect.
Physical memorials could be a headstone, an obelisk or statue, a tree you have planted or a cairn. Alternatively, it can be as simple as a bunch of flowers. Many people find comfort in a memorial like a charitable trust, a campaign or an annual event or good cause.
You may wish to thank those who have supported you during a difficult time. This can be through an announcement in local or national newspapers or you may want to write personally to certain individuals.
James Hawes & Goodchild Funeral Directors support continues for as long as you need us so feel free to contact us no matter how long after the funeral and we’ll always be glad to help.
For more information, please see our Memorials page