After The Funeral
We are here to support you & your family even after the day of the Funeral. We understand that this time can be equally as difficult as the time leading up to the funeral and additional support maybe required. With this in mind we have provided contact details for organisations that maybe able to help.
Keepsakes, headstones can be a fitting way to treasure the memory of your loved one and we have listed a few options below.
"We understand death for the first time when he puts his hand upon one whom we love"
Madame de Stael
We offer a full range of memorial servcies using a local stone mason. We will advise you of the local authority / Church guidlines and help you choose the most appropriate headstone. The headsstone is the final way of personalising the funeral.
There are many types of material / letter styles/ sizes and colours to be considered.
To request a brouchure please fill in the contact us page.
There are many ways to remember your loved one. Memorails can be a give the family somewhere to visit together to continue sharing memories. Types of memorials are great, ranging from books of rememberence, rose bush, tree of life to plaques.
What ever you decide for your family we are here to assist you in putting things in place.
General Bereavement Support
Cruise Bereavement Care
The Compassionate Friend
Coping with the loss of a loved one is difficult, especially if that loss was unexpected or traumatic. often people feel isolated with no support or they require support from someone who has experienced a similar situation.
Below are some charities / organisations that maybe able to help.
We are not associated with any of these charities / organistaions and any advise is given at their own discretion
Keepsakes allow you to keep your loved one close to you at all times.
Here at J.T.Howe Funerals we can offer services such as Ashes into Glass and Silver Fingerprints. For more information or to request a brochure please fill in the contact us form or call into the office.
Losing a child / Help for a bereaved child
Child Bereavement UK
Stillbirth & Neonatal Society