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S. Stibbards & Sons have experience arranging funerals within the local community that spans over 5 generations. We understand that everyone is different, which is why we have many options available to help you create a memorable and personal funeral service. If you are unsure of anything such as what music to choose, what different types of funeral service there are, or what traditional funeral flowers mean, then our blog can be a great place to get started.

How to Make Your Loved One’s Funeral Truly Unique

Every funeral is truly unique and a chance to celebrate a life once lived. But, many decisions need to be made when funeral planning, and there are many choices available. During a time of grief following a death, families want…

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Choosing Funeral Music

Well chosen funeral music provides comfort, conveys a way of thinking that perhaps can’t be expressed in words and sparks happy memories of a late loved one. But what makes for great funeral songs? First off, there are no real…

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Choosing Grave Markers

Choosing grave markers and headstones is a huge decision. It’s the memorial that will stay in place for the rest of time, if not at the very least for decades. It’s a decision that uses emotion, practicality and maybe needs…

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Planning a Memorial Service

A memorial service is an opportunity for family members and close friends to pay their respects to a loved one. Different from a traditional funeral, a memorial service is a type of ceremony where mourners attend to celebrate their loved…

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Turning Ashes into Glass Jewellery or Scattering

When a loved one dies, there are many ways to commemorate their memory. It’s such a personal thing that it usually takes the form of something very dear to the deceased person’s heart. From a quirky headstone memorial to naming…

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Choosing a Funeral Hearse

When a loved one passes away the coffin’s journey to the place of burial or cremation is made by what’s known as a hearse.  It’s simply a way of transporting the coffin and will usually be the first vehicle in…

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