How We Can Help

Traditional Funerals

The idea of a traditional funeral service for most people would include a religious ceremony, whether that is a Requiem Mass, Anglican Church service or an alternative denominational service.

Prescot Funeral DirectorsWe have a well-established relationship with both the Roman Catholic and Anglican Church and are here to advise and guide you on the preparation and organisation of a service to suit your requirements.

We are proud of the fact that our premises were blessed and opened by the Rt. Rev. Monsignor John Allen and the Rev. Ronald Croft.

Eco-Friendly and Woodland Burials

As people become more aware of environmental issues, coffins have been produced to cater for different requirements

Coffins constructed from willow, sea grass and wicker or even cardboard offer an alternative to the more traditional timber construction. These alternative coffins can be used for both cremation and burial.

Woodland burial grounds have been established in recent years to offer a more natural setting for burial. Once the coffin is interred either a tree is planted in place of a headstone or the burial ground is left with no marker allowing the natural contours of the landscape to remain intact.