After the funeral ceremony people often gather together to have something to eat and drink and to talk. We find that if the funeral has put the person who has died centre stage, with a good eulogy, a personal ceremony, and there are boards of pictures and memorabilia for everyone to look at, then the focus of discussion remains on the person, stories and anecdotes are shared. This part of the funeral process is about reintegrating with the world within a period of deep mourning, and may be the first time that those present feel their new position in the family, as a widow, the new elder, a person without parents.
We have lists of venues and caterers and help you to organise this.
Please call us on 01803 840779 to make an appointment or for a chat without obligation.