Click on the bold title of each section to go to the relevant website.
Note that the South West Middlesex Crematorium takes no responsibility for the
contents of these websites, nor does the inclusion or exclusion of any website
indicate any affiliation with the Crematorium.
There are many practical issues to manage when someone dies. Bereavement
Advice Centre supports and advises people on what they need to do next.
Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management
The ICCM represents professionals working in burial and cremation authorities
and companies throughout the UK. Our aim is to improve standards of services to
the bereaved by providing professionals, authorities and companies with Policy
and Best Practice Guidance and Educational and Training programmes.
National Archives Kew
Provides access to family history research for England and Wales.
A Civil Funeral Ceremony is, above all, a ceremony that reflects the wishes
of the family and is focused on celebrating and/or reflecting the life of the
The Natural Death Centre is unique in providing the only independent funeral
advice service in the UK. We provide information on all types of funeral
choices, but are especially known for advice & support on family-organised,
environmentally-friendly funerals, and Natural Burial Grounds.
Lawpack Wills &
Last Will & Testament Kit
and Will writing
Will writing service for over 50s
Supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby and promoting research to
reduce the loss of babies' lives
Available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who
are experiencing feelings of distress, despair or suicidal thoughts
Working for the best for lone parents and their children.
What to do
after someone dies
Counselling Directory - Bereavement
www.saif.org.uk - National
Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors
www.nafd.org.uk - National
Association of Funeral Directors
A Horse of Course, horse drawn hearse