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Funeral & Cremation Directors

Your local independent Funeral Directors
are with you every step of the way

Which type of ceremony?
More and more people are opting for non-religious services or humanist funeral ceremonies as they are often called.

A typical ceremony will celebrate the life of the deceased with respect, compassion and humour. Poetry and favourite music is used where appropriate and family and friends may also contribute during the funeral.

The ceremony might take place at a cemetery or natural burial ground or you may chose a crematorium chapel, a community centre, village hall or other public building - even perhaps your home.

Any transport can be used, it’s not unusual to see a motorbike, truck or a horse drawn carriage. Services can be conducted by a minister of your choice, a non-religious official or even a member of the deceased’s family or friend.
We are available 24 hours a day and are happy to help and advise with all your funeral arrangements.
Cemetery Chapel in Thurmaston
This fine Victorian building was last used for funeral services in the 1980s and can now once again be used for both religious and non-religious services by families of any faith. The chapel benefits from rewiring, improved lighting, repaired stained glass windows, installation of heating and restoration of all woodwork including the original pews.
For more help or advice on any aspect of funeral planning contact
M.D. Lowe & Sons on 0116 269 6575