Coping with Christmas

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Coping with Christmas

Christmas can be a painful time whether it’s your first year without someone who has passed away, or you were bereaved a long time ago.

We know that facing Christmas alone, or whilst grieving, can be a daunting prospect. One of the things that can help can be to spend some time trying to work out, well in advance, which arrangements will best suit your needs and the needs of others who share your loss.

Whether to celebrate

Some bereaved people find that they do not wish to celebrate Christmas at all, whilst some find that simply maintaining their routine and celebrating as normal is the best tribute they can pay their loved one. It may feel important to make a special effort to remember the person who has died. This can be as simple as ‘speaking’ to the person, silently or out loud, or it may involve visiting their grave, or a place that was special to them. These can be things that we do alone, or with friends or family. You may have photos or particular memories which you treasure; sharing these with others may be something that brings you together.

Different ways of mourning

We know that people remember and mourn in different ways. Conflict within a family can sometimes arise when we have expectations of how others should grieve, so try to be sensitive to others’ needs, and to talk openly about what will be best for you.

Routine and self-care

The Christmas period may mean that your normal routine is disrupted, and this can make it easier to forget to look after yourself. Trying to keep to regular patterns of sleeping and eating are small things that can make a difference. We can all drink more on festive occasions, but it’s important to remember that using alcohol to escape the pain of loss provides only very temporary relief. Seeing friends or family, or volunteering for the day, can all help.

Memories of time passed

As time passes, special occasions like Christmas can help us to begin to focus on happier memories of good times shared in the past. However they can also be difficult, intensely emotional times when we need to look after ourselves and those around us.

We are here for you

At Cleobury Funeral Directors, we are available throughout Christmas & New Year to help you. If you need to speak to us, please just give us a call and one of our dedicated team will offer you all the help, support and advice that you need.

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Christmas Tree of Remembrance

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Christmas Tree of Remembrance

Christmas is a time filled with great joy for many, but can also be a sad time if someone you care for and love is not around to share it with you, and the happy times of Christmases past are just a memory.

From 30th November 2016 we will have our Christmas Tree of Remembrance at our office where names and messages can be placed on the tree in memory of your loved ones, no matter where or when they passed away. Our Tree of Remembrance has proved popular in previous years, enabling familes to let their loved ones know that just because they are no longer seen, they are not forgotten.

If you would like a message placed on the tree in memory of someone you have lost, please call into our office at 9 Talbot Square, Cleobury Mortimer, e-mail your name and message to adriansatterly@btinternet.com or leave your name, your loved ones name and your message on our facebook page. We will do the rest for you and place it on the tree.

Cleobury Funeral Directors are now the longest serving Funeral Directors that are based in Cleobury Mortimer and have a Chapel of Rest in the town.  'I know how difficult it can be coming to terms with the loss of someone special whether this be the first year without them or if they died many years ago, the pain does not go away. We are part of our community. This is where I live and work and would like to remind you that I am available throughout the festive period to offer help and advice, 24 hours a day'.

For immediate attention, please contact me on 01299 272963 or 01299 540541.

Adrian Satterly

Cleobury Funeral Directors

 

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Moving Forward

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Moving Forward

There comes a time after you have lost a loved one when others want you to move on.  Some think it is unhealthy for you to continue grieving over someone who has died.  Although misguided, at least these people have your best interest at heart.  Others are just uncomfortable with death and want you to get over it as you would a cold or the flu.  They want you to put it away in a little box so that they do not have to feel awkward whenever they see you because they do not know what to say. This subject begs the question “Is there a time to move on.”

It is important to realize that you are the authority on the subject of your recovery time.  No one can, nor should tell you how and when to feel better, when to get over it, or when to move on.  No one except you had your experiences with the deceased.  No one can possibly understand the depth of your experiences with the deceased.  No one knows your ability to overcome the loneliness and sometimes fear associated with your loss.  At times, you may even feel anger.  Anger at the deceased for leaving you alone, anger at yourself for something you did or did not do before they were gone, anger at others for something they did or did not do.  Feelings of anger are natural and are quite often followed by feelings of guilt.  Guilt can be destructive because it can damage self-esteem.  On the other hand, it can be motivating in that it may encourage you not to repeat such actions ever again.  Most often though, guilt feelings are actually feelings of regret.  If you realise that your guilt is actually regret, your self-esteem may recover more easily. 

If you have a friend or loved one pushing you to move on,  analyse their motives.  If their motives are purely in your best interest, take an objective look at your situation.  Has your grief become debilitating for an extended amount of time?  If so, it may be time to seek out a source for counseling.  Debilitating grief is called complicated grief.  Once things have become complicated, it might be advantageous to have someone help you regain order in your life.  Remember, the death of a loved one requires a completely new structure in your functionality.  It may take quite some time for you to adjust to your new requirements in life.  Statistically, it takes on average, 3 years for a widow to recover to a comparable level of functionality after the death of her husband.  Unfortunately, for a widower, the outlook is a little bleaker.

The most important things to remember are that you will never forget your loved one, you will never stop loving your loved one, and you will never replace your loved one.  There will most likely come a time when you will be able to overcome the devastation of your loss.  A time when you will be able to function in your daily activities without crying or withdrawing.  Nevertheless, when you love someone, they are forever a part of your existence.  In other words, we never move on, we simply live on.

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Wyre Forest Crematorium

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Wyre Forest Crematorium

Wyre Forest Crematorium is a modern state of the art building, which opened in December 2011 and is set in 23 acres of well-maintained grounds. The crematorium and cemetery were developed by Dignity in partnership with Wyre Forest District Council.

Wyre Forest Crematorium and Cemetery can be found on the main road from Kidderminster to Stourport on Severn. If you are using a Satellite Navigation System please either use the road name Minster Road (A451) or postcode DY13 8AS. If coming from Stourport on Severn, please do a U turn at the first set of traffic lights on the dual carriage way to Kidderminster. The slip road brings you out after the facility.

The chapel can accommodate larger funerals and is multi-faith.

The crematorium also has access for the disabled, disabled toilets, a hearing loop and has a speaker system throughout the building so no part of a service is missed.

The gardens provide a tranquil and comforting environment for quiet contemplation and there are a number of bench seats to allow visitors a chance to sit in peaceful surroundings and remember their loved ones.

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Funeral Music

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Funeral Music

It was not so long ago that music played at a funeral would be sedate, reflective and sombre, perhaps a hymn or two and a soothing piece of classical music. However, times have changed. Nowadays, rather than pews full of lowered heads as Debussy’s Clair de lune raises the odd tear, it’s quite possible the send-off for the departed may involve Eric Idle advising us to Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.

As Funeral Directors, we have seen a huge increase in more unconventional pieces of music being played at funerals as more and more people are turning the ceremonies into a 'Celebration of Life' rather than the once sombre funeral service.

At Cleobury Funeral Directors, we will fall in line with whatever a family requests as long as the minister/officiant is happy and it is legal.

Below we have listed some of the more unusual pieces we have had played at funerals we have arranged;-

Bat Out Of Hell - Meatloaf

Baby I'm Burning - Dolly Parton

Wild Rover - The Dubliners

Hey Mickey - Toni Basil

Always Look On The Bright Side - Monty Python

Gangnam Style - Psy

The Cha Cha Slide - DJ Casper

Heaven Is A Place On Earth - Belinda Carlise

We do not consider there to be any strange requests. If a particular piece of music was special to the deceased or to their family then why shouldn't it be played during the 'Celebration of their life?'.

When arranging a funeral with ourselves, please do not be afraid to mention any music that is significant to you or the deceased. Our local crematorium is Wyre Forest in Stourport where they have the Wesley System meaning that any piece of music, no matter how unusual, can be downloaded directly to the crematorium. We will arrange this for you.

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Ashes Into Glass

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Ashes Into Glass

Ashes into Glass Jewellery is hand-crafted with meticulous care. The founders are genuine masters of glass and jewellery creation. Thirty years of experience shines through in the quality of the work they produce.

Your Ashes into Glass stone is hand-crafted from your loved one's ashes together with coloured glass crystals and molten crystal glass. It is cut, polished and toughened before being set in the solid, cast mount. The stone is more durable than the metal and the colour will stay strong over time, reflecting the bond you share with your loved one.

Each Ashes into Glass stone is unique and just like your loved one, it will posess its own character. It may remind you of a starry night sky, a wispy cloud up above, or maybe the ashes floating on a breeze.

For more information regarding Ashes into Glass and the many items they produce, please do not hesitate to contact us at Cleobury Funeral Directors on 01299 272963 or 01299 540541.

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A Small Town Funeral Director

Coming from a family of Funeral Directors, I have been brought up surrounded by death and grief. It soon became a way of life. From a very early age, I can remember living above the Funeral Parlour that my dad was the manager of in South Wales. I knew little back then of what went on downstairs other thanthat my dad looked after people who had died.

People often ask if it was creepy growing up living above a Funeral Home. No it wasn't. I was just like any other child growing up. The only difference was that my dad was the local Funeral Director.

The next question that many utter when I tell them I'm a Funeral Director is "Isn't that depressing?" No it isn't. I focus on my own ability and that of our staff to help a family through the worst time of their life.

Yes we do feel great sadness about the tragic deaths, any caring person would, but we also see our role as one of support to help the relatives. We know that with our help, the bereaved family members will be able to work through their grief and begin to rebuild their lives. We know that the service we provide helps the family draw valuable support from the community.
The thanks we often receive when we have completed the services support our own emotions. It makes it much easier to go to the aid of the next family who calls in the middle of the night because some tragedy has taken a member of their family.

And yes every death is a tragedy. Even the ageing grandparent that has succumbed to a lengthy illness. That is a tragedy to their family. The magnitude of the tragedy varies for each family and their circumstances.

So what is life like for a small town Funeral Director?

It varies. Some days we can be in the office at 6.30am and not get home until 9pm. We can get home, sit down to watch television and be called out to assist a family that has lost someone close.

Other days can be quiet where the telephone rings less that 6 times all day and nobody comes into the office.

The fact is that no two days are ever the same in the funeral profession. Likewise no two funerals are the same. One family may want just the hearse to go straight to the crematorium with their loved one, another family may want three or four limousines, a white or silver hearse or even a horse-drawn carriage. We will always take the time with each family to ensure that their loved one receives a personalised send off that will reflect their life.

Being a small town funeral director makes the service we offer even more personal as we often know the deceased and their family. This, we have been told, makes it easier for the relatives. People sometimes ask 'does it affect you?'. The simple answer is yes. Although we are Funeral Directors, we are still human and we still have feelings, despite what some may think !!!

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We Believe In The Benefits Of Our Funeral Plans

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We Believe In The Benefits Of Our Funeral Plans

THINKING AHEAD

More people are choosing to think ahead when it comes to arranging their own or a loved one's funeral. After all, what could be more sensible than planning for the inevitable?

LOOK LOCALLY FOR THE BEST PRICE & MOST CARING SERVICE

As your local, Independent Funeral Director, we offer the best range of Funeral Plan options at prices that reflect funeral costs in this area. We take great pride in providing a caring, professional and dignified service to our community and beyond. We understand how important it is to offer advice and guidance based on our local experience

HERE'S WHY

* Our Services are guaranteed at todays local prices

* You choose your own funeral arrangements for your own peace of mind

* You save your family from having to make difficult decisions and trying to guess what you would have wanted, at a distressing time

* All options are cleary specified with fixed prices

* You can make a single payment or pay by mothly instalments if you prefer

* Financial security - your funeral payment is held in Funeral Planning Trust until it is needed

IT'S AN INCREASINGLY COMPETITIVE FUNERAL PLANNING MARKET & CAN BE CONFUSING BUT .....

We feel confident that the funeral plans we offer are the very best options for anyone looking to take care of their future funeral costs. Some other Funeral Plans may tie you into using a Funeral Director you may not want. The only way to guarantee that we will look after your funeral in the future is to talk to us directly.

WE CARE ABOUT THE SMALL DETAILS THAT MATTER TO YOU ...

We pride ourselves on the service we provide and know just how important it is to get every detail right. Our families trust us to deliver impartial advice and the very best quality of service no matter what your requirements may be. A Funeral Plan doesn't need to be expensive - we can help you decide what best suits you. We can offer various payment options.

This is YOUR local Funeral Plan at a local price arranged by YOUR local, independent Funeral Director.

For more information regarding our Funeral Plans or any other service, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01299 272963 or 01299 540541

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Why Choose an Independent Family Funeral Director?

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Why Choose an Independent Family Funeral Director?

Why Choose an Independent Family Funeral Director?

To carry on the family tradition is a way of life for many independent funeral directors.

Part of the Community

The independent funeral profession has a long and proud history of personal service to local communities.

Carrying on the family tradition is a way of life for many independent funeral directors. They are deeply committed to upholding professional standards.

Some of the oldest, continuously operated businesses in Britain are locally owned by family firms.

What’s in a Name?

In all forms of business today there are big, international companies that have made their profits through taking over small firms. The funeral profession is no exception. Many businesses have been swallowed up by the giants. The trouble is there usually isn’t any change of name to tell you the difference. That makes it hard for you to distinguish between the family owned firm and the conglomerate. Without asking, you might never know if the owners your family has trusted over the years continue to make the decisions, which will affect the service you receive when you need to make funeral arrangements.

If You’re Unsure, Ask

It’s important that you know who you’re speaking to – an independent funeral director or just one of the branches of a vast conglomerate. When you need the services of a funeral director, you should turn to the local firm which has an investment in your community.

Single Minded Devotion

All our attention is concentrated on satisfying the needs of our friends and neighbours. We are not distracted or bound by corporate rules handed down from head office. We are flexible, and responsive to your needs.

Personal Pride

This is our business. Our neighbourhood is your neighbourhood. We take great pride in all we do.  We are also proud of our staff, for whom we maintain a regular training programme to make sure of the highest level of professional service.

Long Term Commitment

Not only do we want to meet your current needs. We also seek to build a relationship of trust, so that you will return to us in the future. We have a long term commitment to our community. This is where we live and work. It’s where we plan to stay. When you need us, we’ll be there.

Devoted to Families, not Profits

Large concerns answer to shareholders. We answer to you. In our locally owned firm there is no pressure from head office to increase profits. We know our business will do well when we serve you well.

Knowledge of Local Traditions

Funeral traditions vary greatly around the country. We know and appreciate local customs and expectations.. On the other hand, the staff and management assigned to a funeral home from a national company may be from another area. Ignorance of local traditions might cause disappointment when expectations are not met.

Service that goes beyond your Community

Although we are locally owned, we are not limited in our service. We can assist your family in the event of a death occurring away from home. This is made even easier when arrangements have been made in advance through a pre-paid funeral plan.

A Personal Relationship

When your family suffers the loss of a loved one, it can be comforting to know your funeral director. We take every effort to be involved in our community and to create the kind of personal relationship which leads individual, sensitive service.

It’s nice to know who you’re talking to

If you’re like most people , you find it easier to deal with people you know. You like the flexibility and personal service.

We feel the same way.

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Our Commitment To You

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Our Commitment To You

Throughout every aspect and stage of the service we provide, we strive to work with the utmost care, respect and professionalism, affording every client the individual attention and premier quality service they need.

It is our primary objective and solemn aim to be a Funeral Director of the finest quality that every family can rely on when they need us.

'It is a rare privilege to be a Funeral Director, to stand in a sensitive position at a crucial time, in the midst of your family, knowing that the quality of our service, knowledge and reputation will help you through this difficult time in your lives'

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Bank Holiday

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Bank Holiday

Losing somebody close is a distressing experience at the best of times but when it is during a Bank Holiday weekend it may seem there is nobody to turn to until the weekend is over. This is not the case. At Cleobury Funeral Directors, our dedicated team are available throughout the Bank Holiday period to offer all the help and guidance you need at such a traumatic time. Our expertise and professional care will guide you through the difficult times ahead and we here to help, 24 hour a day.

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GEORGE MORGAN OBITUARY

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GEORGE MORGAN OBITUARY

MORGAN - George of Cleobury Mortimer. Passed peacefully away on 31st March 2016. Aged 87 Years. He will be sadly missed by all his family and many friends. Funeral Service will take place at The Parish Church of St Mary, Cleobury Mortimer on Friday 22nd April at 12.45 followed by cremation. Donations if desired in memory of George for Cleobury Medical Centre may be given at the service or sent to the Funeral Director. All inquiries please to Cleobury Funeral Directors, 9 Talbot Square, Cleobury Mortimer. DY14 8BQ. Tel: 01299 540541.

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JOAN GREEN OBITUARY

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JOAN GREEN OBITUARY

GREEN - Joan of Cleobury Mortimer. Passed peacefully away on 6th April 2016. Aged 79 Years. Devoted wife of Tony for 59 years, loving Mum to Paul & his wife Gill and Nan to Laura & Scott. She will be sadly missed by her family and all who knew her. Funeral Service will take place at The Parish Church of St Mary, Cleobury Mortimer on Wednesday 20th April at 11.45 followed by cremation. Floral tributes welcome or donations if desired for St Mary's PCC and Severn Hospice may be sent to the Funeral Director. All inquiries please to Cleobury Funeral Directors, 9 Talbot Square, Cleobury Mortimer. DY14 8BQ. Tel: 01299 540541.

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Mission Statement

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Mission Statement

Throughout every aspect and stage of the service we provide, we strive to work with the utmost care, respect and professionalism, affording every client the individual attention and premier quality service they need.

It is our primary objective and solemn aim to be a Funeral Director of the finest quality that every family can rely on when they need us.

'It is a rare privilege to be a Funeral Director, to stand in a sensitive position at a crucial time, in the midst of your family, knowing that the quality of our service, knowledge and reputation will help you through this difficult time in your lives'

 

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Funeral Planning Services

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Funeral Planning Services

Many people wish to provide for their funeral expenses and a funeral prepayment plan is a caring, sensible and cost effective way to do so.

The advantage of a prepayment plan over a savings account or life insurance policy is that you can pay now, at today's price, and beat inflation - no matter when the service may be required.

At Cleobury Funeral Directors, we are proud to have teamed up with Funeral Planning Services as our preferred Plan provider giving you the following benefits:-

* You can choose your own funeral arrangements

* You will save your family from having to make difficult decisions and trying to guess what you would have wanted, at such a distressing time.

* Avoid rising funeral costs with an inflation-proof guarantee of the Funeral Director's charges.

* Financial security - the funeral payment is held in Funeral Planning Trust until it is needed.

* The service will be provided by your chosen Funeral Director. There is no age limit and there are no awkward health questions.

* You can make a once-only payment or pay by monthly instalments, whichever suits you.

* All enquiries and arrangements are treated in confidence.

* Complies with the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and the Funeral Planning Authority Code of Practice.

This is Your Local Funeral Plan at a Local Price, arranged by Your Local Independent Funeral Director.

For more information regarding our prepayment plans, please do not hesitate to call us on 01299 540541 or we will be happy to arrange a no obligation home visit.

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Our Promise

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Our Promise

Having been a Funeral Director for most of my working life, it has been a privilege to guide and assist many families through the very difficult time of losing someone special. Very often the simple tasks of everyday life can suddenly feel almost impossible to carry out. When a loved one dies suddenly or has been fighting an illness, or a death is expected to happen, it will still naturally be devastating to you and other family members. At Cleobury Funeral Directors, every family is given as much time as they need to arrange the right funeral for them to say farewell and to remember their loved one.

We will advise and offer many different services that are readily available today. We will liaise with the clergy, Civil celebrant or humanist celebrant and all other third party services on your behalf.

We never say we understand how you are feeling, how could we begin to? but we do know about the loss of a loved one and how it can sometimes make you feel totally lost, confused, frustrated, angry and regretful. These are natural emotions. We like to think while gently guiding you in a professional and caring way, we can help you to understand some of these feelings, allowing you to arrange the right service or ceremony that celebrates the time you have had with your loved one.

We never consider there to be any silly questions. Why would you know what happens next or what happens at the church or crematorium? Rest assured we will look after every detail for you and guide you every step of the way.

 

We are available for contact 24 hours a day, we can bring your loved one into our care for you without haste, our standard of care is that we look after every deceased person as if they were members of our own family, and, only in the way we would expect our loved ones to be cared for.

Adrian Satterly (Funeral Director)

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Easter Availability

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Easter Availability

If you suffer a bereavement during a Bank Holiday, it may seem that you have nobody to turn to. However, our friendly professional staff are available, as always, throughout the Easter period to offer sympathetic help and guidance at a time when you need it most. Our office will be open on Good Friday until 2pm and Saturday until 2pm. If you suffer a bereavement and you require our assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Cleobury Funeral Directors, 24 hours a day on 01299 540541.

May we take this opportunity of wishing you all a very peaceful Easter.

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Scattering Ashes At Sea

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Scattering Ashes At Sea

In association with Red Funnel Ferries, we are able to offer the service of scattering cremated remains at sea from aboard the Southampton to East Cowes ferry.

The deck from which the ashes are scattered can only accomodate 3 - 4 people. However, as many friends and family as you wish can be aboard the ferry. For larger groups, a private lounge is available at an additional charge with a range of food and beverage options.

Once aboard, and you have introduced yourself to the Onboard Service Officer, they will take you to the Bridge to meet with the Captain who will run through the proceedings and find out where you would like the ashes to be scattered. Once the destination has been reached, the ship will slow down and move into the correct position. The Captain or Senior officer will accompany you to am outside area which is on the lower deck and if requested will say a prayer. The ceremonies are private, taking place without disrupting other guest activities.

Many people throw rose petals or flowers into the water to watch them drift away.

Once the scattering has taken place the Captain will provide you with location details from the entry in the ship's log. A certificate can also be issued to commemorate the scattering of the ashes.

For more information, please do not hesitate to call our Funeral Directors on 01299 540541

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Dove Release

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Dove Release

A white dove release for a funeral or memorial is one of the most moving gifts to give to a loved one.

The releasing of a white dove helps to begin the grieving process by opening the doors to “letting go”.

The result is a very beautiful ending to the service and a warm memory for your family and friends.

For more information regarding the releasing of doves during a funeral, please do not hesitate to give us a call.

 

 

'When I am gone, release me let me go.

I have so many things to see and do,

You mustn’t tie yourself to me with too many tears,

But be thankful we had so many good years.

 

I gave you my love, and you can only guess

 How much you’ve given me in happiness.

I thank you for the love that you have shown,

But now it is time I traveled on alone.

 

So grieve for me a while, if grieve you must

Then let your grief be comforted by trust

That it is only for a while that we must part,

So treasure the memories within your heart.

 

I won’t be far away for life goes on.

And if you need me, call and I will come.

 

Though you can’t see or touch me, I will be near

And if you listen with your heart, you’ll hear

All my love around you soft and clear

 And then, when you come this way alone,

I’ll greet you with a smile and a Welcome Home'

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Newspaper Editorial

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Newspaper Editorial

CLEOBURY FUNERAL DIRECTORS – Covering all areas

 

When faced with the duty of arranging a funeral, the natural feelings that follow bereavement can make the time ahead appear difficult and confusing. Our first duty is to offer professional and sympathetic advice and guidance to deal with all the necessary formalities and arrangements that may be required. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive funeral service with excellent facilities that our clients can use at any time. Organising the funeral of a loved one is something that requires time, patience and the sympathetic assistance of an experienced Funeral Director. That's why it helps to know that the Funeral Director you entrust with your wishes has the necessary knowledge and experience to help and guide you every step of the way.

 

Cleobury Funeral Directors, an Independent Family Company, was founded on a determination and sense of vocation in offering a caring, flexible and completely independent funeral service for families in their time of need.

Having been involved in the funeral industry for most of his life, Adrian Satterly has many years experience in arranging and directing funerals. He understands peoples needs and will follow instructions exactly to ensure that a family gets the funeral for a loved one that befits them.

Their reputation has been built on trust and professionalism. All their attention is concentrated on satisfying the needs of clients and their families. They take personal pride in serving you well.

Not only do they want to meet your current needs, they also seek to build a relationship, so you will return to them in the future.

Cleobury Funeral Directors are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to offer practical help and advice when you need it most. They are able to provide a huge range of services including alternative hearses, Guaranteed pre-payment funeral plans, horsedrawn carriages, catering, newspaper announcements, large selection of coffins and casketsetc.

Although based in Cleobury Mortimer, they are often asked to arrange funerals in other areas. Adrian regularly carries out funerals for people in Stourport, Kidderminster, Bewdley and all surrounding areas.

Cleobury Funeral Directors- ‘The name you can trust in your time of need’

 

www.cleoburyfuneraldirectors.co.uk


9, Talbot Square, Cleobury Mortimer
Telephone: 01299 540541 or 07450 764214

‘Serving all communities with dignity & understanding’

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