Woodland Burial

Giving your loved one back to the earth

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Woodland Burial Service in Croydon & Shirley

Saying goodbye to your loved one in a picturesque wooded area, meadow or forest is a soothing way to lay them to rest. So if you know that they would have appreciated a green funeral, you can help them to do one last good deed by being kind to the planet. What’s more, green funerals and woodland burials do not typically allow for memorials or headstones to be placed amongst the nature, instead you can mark their location by planting a tree or their favourite flowers.

For a peaceful and environmentally-friendly burial, opt for a woodland burial service, provided to you by Fisher Family Funerals. We’re a family-run firm based in Shirley who understands how important it is to provide a personal and respectful send-off. That’s why we offer a variety of comprehensive services to grieving family and friends across Shirley, Croydon, Mitcham, Streatham, Brixton, other South London boroughs and the rest of the UK.

To arrange a natural burial service for your dearly departed, contact us today. We provide comfort 24/7, 365 days a year, to ensure local friends and families have support at a time when they need it most.

Call us on 0203 887 8629 Arrange a appointment

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Call us on 0203 887 8629 or request a callback using the form below

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Address: 293 Wickham Road Shirley Croydon CR0 8TJ
Opening Times: Mon-Fri 9:30 - 16:30
Out of Hours Available 24 hours a day 7 days a week out of hours

FAQs & Advice

We have put together the most frequently asked questions below, to help you answer any questions you may have when arranging a funeral for your loved one.

You can register a death at your nearest register office. This search tool can help you find your nearest register office: https://www.gov.uk/register-offices
The person who registers the death of the deceased is often a close relative or the named the executor of the Will.
You should only need a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death however, there may be occasions where you may need to provide further identification of the deceased including NHS number, birth certificate, driving licence, proof of address and passport.
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