Funeral directors in Middlesbrough offer caring and compassionate services to bereaved people in the city. Thanks to the multicultural nature of the area, funeral directors are likely to be experienced in offering funeral services for different faiths and beliefs. If a death occurs at a Middlesbrough address, it must be registered at the Middlesbrough Register Office. They will forward the certificates required and authorise the funeral directors in Middlesbrough to make the arrangements for your loved one’s send off. You may also register death at the James Cook University Hospital in the event that your loved one was a patient there.
Six cemeteries serve Middlesbrough and there is also a crematorium. The most prominent cemetery is Linthorpe, which is 52 acres in size and has facility for woodland burials. There is space set aside in Thorntree and Acklam Cemeteries for Muslim burials and Thorntree also contains an extensive area for Roman Catholic graves. St. Joseph’s Cemetery is now closed for burials.
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