Once a funeral has taken place many of us believe that the arrangements are complete. However the decision on what to do with the cremated remains needs to be made.
Deciding what to do with the cremated remains can be challenging but in order to help you make this decision Rowland Brothers have fully researched the options available which are explained in on this page, so you can talk them over with your family.
Agreeing the final resting place for the cremated remains is a very important decision, and for most families it is probably better to leave that decision for two or three weeks after the funeral to leave time to consider. In the meantime we will collect the remains from the crematorium for you whilst you decide.
Once your decision is made please call us and we will arrange everything for you. Alternatively, if you would prefer to discuss any of the options in person, or even an alternative idea which is not presented here, we would be pleased to help you in any way we can.