The coffins and caskets shown here are just a small selection of the most popular choices available – please contact us for more options.
As well as our traditional coffins we offer many alternative ranges such as willow, bamboo & seagrass, along with colourful coffins and American caskets.
We have a dedicated coffin showroom at our St Georges funeral home, or you may wish to make your selection from our tailored brochures.
When it comes to choosing a memorial as a dignified and fitting tribute to a loved one, there can be no finer choice than everlasting granite. All of our stones are carefully chosen from the very finest quarries in the world. This retains their beauty against the elements for many years.
Do you have a family grave that needs levelling or turfing?
Do you have a headstone that is crooked or unstable?
Do you have a kerb set that needs re-fixing?
Do you have a memorial that needs cleaning?
Would you like to know that your loved ones
plot is tended regularly?
Would you simply like fresh flowers placed on the grave to mark an anniversary?
Flowers offer a simple and elegant way to pay your respects and express your feelings. Whether you desire a formal floral tribute such as a wreath or cross, or a more contemporary design our qualified team of florists will carry out your wishes.
Whilst your loved one is in our care there will be an opportunity for family and friends to visit our chapels of rest to pay their respects and say a final goodbye.
Following the Funeral Service it is customary for mourners to gather for light refreshments. This may be a large gathering at a hotel, public house or community room, or a more intimate gathering at a family home. We are able to recommend local suitable establishments close to the Funeral venue or arrange for outside caterers to provide refreshments in the comfort of your own home.
Announcing a death in a local newspaper is a practical way of informing as many people as possible of the place, date and time of the Funeral.
This notice will usually also include details on whether mourners are requested to bring flowers or make a cash donation to a chosen charity. Following the Funeral an acknowledgement or notice of thanks can be placed in the same publication, this notice will thank individuals who have cared for the deceased during their final days or helped the family through their bereavement.
L Tranter & Son are able to place a death notice or acknowledgement in any daily or weekly newspaper whether local, national or international.
Choosing suitable music for the service is an important aspect of the Funeral and will help to reflect the deceased’s life and help mourners make their connection. Traditional religious services will usually include hymns whereas non – religious services will include a piece of music for reflection. Most Crematoriums have access to an online music library called the Wesley System, therefore we will require just the version you would like played so that we can source the music. For church services an original CD should be supplied either to ourselves or the minister. Any music chosen for the service must be agreed by the minister / celebrant who will be conducting the service.
Donations can be collected at the service in lieu of floral tributes and forwarded by ourselves to your chosen charity. Alternatively we can pass the collection on to a designated family member who may prefer to present the money personally. We will provide a Donation box along with clear signs to facilitate the collection. When choosing a charity you may wish to consider something that was close to your loved one’s heart or alternatively a local charity which will benefit Shropshire people.