Funeral Guide

Free Funeral Guide web pages to celebrate the lives of loved ones

If you arrange a funeral with us, we will create a free obituary page for your loved one on Funeral Guide, an online resource for the bereaved.

They in turn can confirm their attendance. There is also a checklist providing information about the administrative tasks involved in organising a funeral.

Other features of the site include the ability to create a memorial book that contains the condolences, candles and photos from the obituary, plus any pictures you add.

The website has helped revolutionise the way we now celebrate the lives of our nearest and dearest. Once we’ve set up the page, it can be used to share precious memories with relatives and friends, not just locally but throughout the world.

It’s the digital equivalent of a newspaper obituary and the modern way to pay tribute to someone who was special to you.

Families find it comforting to have somewhere they can go to online to remember their relation, especially if they live far away. It also provides a record of the person’s life for future generations to appreciate.

Mourners can write messages, share photos and light virtual candles to show they are thinking about your loved one.

A donation tool also allows you to raise money for a specific charity in memory of your cherished family member through Funeral Guide’s partnership with JustGiving.

You can tell people which good cause you would like them to support and they can then pay online. The process is easy to understand and enables Gift Aid of 25 per cent to be added to donations. The total amount raised appears in the top right-hand corner of the page.



Tamworth Co-op Funeral Zone

Each obituary is fully moderated so that friends and family can leave tributes safely and securely.

It’s all part of our continual effort to introduce up-to-date services and products for our customers.

For more information visit

Glen Speak-

Glen Speak M.B.I.E. General Manager of Tamworth Co-operative Funeral Service

Tamworth Co-operative Funeral Service is a member of the National Association of Funeral Directors which was established in 1905. All members abide by the NAFD Funeral Promise.

“By choosing us, you can be assured that the funeral is a fitting farewell to your loved one at a price you are comfortable with, that we will treat you and your loved one with respect at all times, and act with integrity. We will seek to fulfil any special wishes and requests.”

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