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Funeral directors Exeter Devon   After the event of the funeral there are often a few final things to address to conclude the event of the individual’s death, these include creating a memorial, deciding what to do with the ashes of the deceased and the organising of an acknowledgement for what people have done in support following your loved one’s passing, which can be announced in a local or national newspaper with help from your funeral director.
 
 

Creating a memorial

After the funeral you may wish to think about creating a memorial for your loved one to create a lasting memory for them; popular memorials include gravestones, memorial benches and memorial trees. If you are wishing to create a memorial for your loved one then talk to your funeral director to see the options that are available to you.

After Cremation

After the cremation, you’ll need to decide what to do with the ashes of your loved one. There is a selection of different options for you to choose from, which your funeral director can talk you through if you are unsure. Firstly, there is the choice to scatter the ashes, which can occur at various different places including at the seaside, in a forest, at a place that the individual loved or even in your garden.

Depending on where you choose you may need to consult the local authorities, however if you are unsure then you can consult with your funeral director to see if you need to contact anyone.

Secondly, there is the option to bury the ashes which allows you to visit the place of burial to pay your respects and it also allows you to put various family members together simply. Often people who choose to bury the ashes of the deceased choose to bury the ashes at a churchyard, or crematorium, however you can also choose to bury them in your garden. As with scattering ashes you may also need permission from an authority for the area, and if you are unsure on who you need to contact your funeral director can help you find out.

The final choice you can choose is keeping the ashes. Most people who choose this option decide to put their loved one in a casket or urn that is especially designed for the function. Another option is keeping the ashes in a piece of jewellery, such as a locket.

If you are unsure on what step you want to take you may be able to ask your funeral director or the crematorium to hold the ashes while you make up your mind, however this is not always possible and can still often have a time limit.
 
 
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