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With many of the funeral practicalities, you can get a helping hand from your chosen funeral director.
He or she will gladly help you sort out a time and place for a service and funeral, taxis, flowers, newspaper announcement, music and the organisation of a venue for refreshments after the funeral.
Local funeral directors have years of experience in dealing with arrangements for family and friends who are grieving. Because they are not emotionally attached, they can look at things from a calm perspective and suggest ways to help a service or funeral run smoothly. Many local funeral directors come highly recommended and it's always a good idea to ask around, if possible, to see which funeral business your family has used before.
| GRIEF: Don't struggle on alone, ask your funeral director for specialist help