Children Funerals

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Children Funerals


Our No Charge Child Funeral Service includes:

Dealing with the devastating loss of a child is something that no parent should ever have to go through. We at Fallons want to help the family as much as possible by taking some of the financial stress away.

All disbursements and professional charges are wavered, which consist of cremation fee, Doctors fees, officiant, hearse and limousine or an appropriate vehicle.

How we can help personalise your service

You can add additional products or services at an additional cost, such as:

  • Horse and carriage
  • Additional limousine
  • Funeral stationary
  • Floral tributes
  • Alternative casket selection
  • Memorial masonry
  • Personnel keepsakes
  • Out of hours call subject to an extra charge of £100.

Please do not hesitate to contact Fallons Family Funerals for any information, help and support.

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No Charge Children Funerals

The death of a baby or child is always a tragic event for the parents and their wider family and friends.

At Fallon Family Funerals we will do everything we can to advise and support the family during this difficult time and help to provide a fitting tribute to their life.

If a baby passes at home, the process for certifying and registering the death is the same as for an adult.

If a newborn baby passes in Hospital or is stillborn, the Hospital may offer a simple funeral service, which will often be held in conjunction with other families who have lost a baby. If you prefer to make your own arrangements for an individual funeral of your choice, you are free to do so with us.

Most hospitals have bereavement midwives who are specialists in being able to advise parents on the procedures for registering the death or stillbirth of a baby. The process may vary depending on the circumstances surrounding the death. If the hospital is unable to provide specialist bereavement support, please contact us directly so we can help with advice and support.

The legal and practical requirements following the death of a child are the same as for an adult, even though the emotions and reactions may be very different.