Falkirk Funeral Directors


Guide to Funeral Directors in Falkirk

Falkirk is a town of around 35,000 people in Stirlingshire’s Forth Valley. Its wider local authority administrative area takes in nearby towns including Grangemouth and Stenhousemuir. An attractive town with an industrial past, it’s home to the Falkirk Wheel, which transports boats between the different levels of the Union, and Forth & Clyde canals.

Among the residents of religious faith, the largest Christian denomination is Church of Scotland, with local places of worship in Falkirk also including an Islamic centre. There are five funeral directors in Falkirk town, with more located in and around the local area.

Falkirk Registration Office in the centre of town deals with the registration and the issuing of death certificates. In Scotland, a death must be registered within eight days of someone’s death.

Falkirk Council looks after one crematoria and 13 cemeteries open for funerals, burials and the interments of ashes. Funeral directors in Falkirk can help you with the purchase of a lair or half lair (grave) for the burial of a loved one, or interment of their ashes. All purchased lairs in Falkirk’s cemeteries are owned for a period of 100 years.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do when someone dies?

When someone dies you need to get a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death from a doctor, register their death and choose a funeral director to arrange their funeral. The Registration Office will give you a Death Certificate and Certificate for Burial or Cremation (GR021 in Northern Ireland).

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How do you arrange a funeral?

You can arrange a funeral by choosing a funeral director who will help you organise all of the details. They can help you decide whether to have a cremation or burial and what type of service to choose, as well as additional options, such as music and flowers. You can find out what happens at a funeral and compare funeral directors on Funeral Guide.

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How much does a funeral cost?

The cost of a funeral depends on where you are in the UK and whether you choose a burial or a cremation. Natural burial is becoming increasingly popular, but can often be more expensive than burial in a traditional cemetery. The cost of coffins, flowers, catering and transport also varies a lot. There is also an almost unlimited list of options for personalising a service, such as professional funeral singers or a motorcycle-hearse. You can compare the price of funeral directors on Funeral Guide.

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  • Falkirk Cemetery & Crematorium

    Camelon, FK2 7YJ

  • Stirlingshire Crematorium

    Stirling, FK7 8AJ

  • West Lothian Crematorium

    Livingston, EH54 7FD

  • Holytown Crematorium

    North Lanarkshire, ML1 5RU

  • Dunfermline Crematorium

    Dunfermline, KY11 8QR

  • Camelon Cemetery

    Falkirk, FK2 7YJ

  • Larbert Cemetery

    Larbert, FK5 4JA

  • Hills of Dunipace Cemetery

    Larbert, FK5 4RY

  • New Grandsable Cemetery

    Falkirk, FK2 0XB

  • Grandsable Cemetery

    Falkirk, FK2 0ZE

  • Polmont Cemetery

    Falkirk, FK2 0QJ

  • Muiravonside Cemetery

    Linlithgow, EH49 6LN

  • Denny Cemetery

    Denny, FK6 6EE

  • Slamannan Cemetery

    Falkirk, FK1 3EW

  • Airth Cemetery

    Falkirk, FK2 8LF

  • Tulliallan Cemetery

    Alloa, FK10 4PF

  • Woodlea Old Cemetery

    Alloa, FK10 4PU

  • New Carriden Cemetery

    Falkirk, EH51 9LP

  • Bo'ness Cemetery

    Bo'ness, EH51 0DG

  • Stirlingshire Crematorium

    Stirling, FK7 8AJ

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