Northampton is a large town in the East Midlands. It has a Borough council and is the seat for the Northamptonshire County Council. Between Birmingham and London on the M1, it has a population of approximately 212,000 people, making it one of the largest towns in the UK.
There are 12 funeral directors in Northampton, and each will be able to advise on the process of arranging a funeral during this challenging time. They will deal with many aspects such as transfers, ensuring you find the right documentation, and will support you through the process with sensitivity and compassion.
There are numerous fine examples of Christian churches to host funerals, including the 900 year-old Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Roman Catholic cathedral of St Mary and St Thomas. For places of worship for other faiths, there are facilities for Sikh, Muslim, Buddhist and Jewish communities, among others.
There are seven cemeteries in the Northampton Borough area, and three are open in the town for new burials. These are the Kingsthorpe, Dallington and Towcester Road cemeteries. Duston Cemetery is also open for the interment of ashes only. There is no public crematorium in Northampton, but one private facility. Funeral directors in Northampton will be able to advise on the most suitable resting place for your loved one.
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