Whether it is a simple service or a traditional funeral, we will provide you with a totally individual personal service. All of our staff are highly professional, compassionate, sensitive and respectful. You are welcome to call or visit our offices in Frome or Coleford at any time, or, if you prefer, we can visit you in the comfort of your own home.
We are also very proud to offer our own Memorial Showroom with a selection of Headstones and Tablets on display. Combined with our fully equipped modern workshop and large stock of memorials, we can provide our clients with the complete service.
Based in Frome, along with our office in Coleford, we view this profession as a vocation, so if you require funeral directors with local knowledge who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, please contact Curtis Ilott Funerals.
Once you have entrusted your loved one into our care, we will look after them with the utmost respect and humility. Whether you wish to visit the Chapel of Rest or not, you can be sure that your loved one receives the highest possible standard of care throughout.
Following the death of a loved one, it is usual for people to be unsure of what to do next. We can take you through the initial steps and provide advice on other things that may need to be considered when someone passes away.
In order to make funeral arrangements, Curtis Ilott Funerals will require the following information:
When a loved one dies, it is not wrong to worry about the cost of the funeral. Through our family-run funeral directors, we offer competitively priced, bespoke funerals with estimates given based on the type of funeral ceremony chosen.
As a small family business that listens closely to its clients, you can rely on us to provide the exact funeral service that you want. Whether you ask for pink ribbons or a particular coffin and urn, we can make the required arrangements. It is our mission to meet all the demands that you may have, however big or small.
Do not hesitate to get in contact with us to discuss our services further.
After the loss of a loved one, the death will normally be registered at the local Registrar's office. There are other ways in which a death may be registered and we will advise on these, when appropriate. You have five working days to register a death, although there are special circumstances in which exceptions can be made. For recording a death with the local Registrar's office, the following information and documents are required:
Copies of the Entry of Death (Death Certificate) may be obtained from the Registrar's office upon payment of the necessary fee. Banks, building societies and insurance companies may only accept the Registrar’s Copy of the Entry of Death as opposed to a photocopy. The Registrar will provide you with the following:
Certificate of Burial or Cremation (a green form) – this MUST be delivered to your funeral directors as soon as possible prior to the funeral taking place.
Certificate of Registration of Death (a white form) – this should be completed and forwarded along with deceased’s Pension/Benefit books to the local Department of Social Security.
The Coroner’s role is to establish the cause of death when a doctor is unable to produce a Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death. If a Coroner is not involved in the process, cremation forms will need to be completed by third party doctors or another independent doctor. If the death occurs in a nursing home or domestic home. We can assist with this.
Procedures for registering a death will differ when the Coroner becomes involved, so if you require additional advice, please contact us.
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Baywell House, Ellworthy Park, Frome BA11 5LS
Tel: (01373) 452116
1 Handlemaker Road, Frome BA11 4RW
Tel: (01373) 452116 or 07890 146363