Grave & Memorial Changes
Who in the family can apply for changes or to have a memorial placed on a grave?
This can vary in different areas, but normally it is only the owner of the grave who is allowed to instruct changes or the erection of a monument on a grave space. If the deeds of a grave are in the name of the deceased person, the deeds will need to be transferred into the name of the next of kin. We are happy to help you and guide you through this process.
- We want a memorial for our loved one, but how do we decide which one would be right?
- How long do we have to wait for the ground to settle before we can have our memorial fitted?
- How do we know what type of monument will be accepted in a particular churchyard or cemetery?
- How much will our memorial cost?
- How long will it take you to supply/fit our chosen monument?
- How and when do we pay for our memorial?
- We already have family graves and we want to match an existing headstone, can this be done?
- We have an existing family headstone, but we want to change the wording on the stone, can this be done?
- We have a family grave which is old and the memorial is now showing its age, can anything be done?
- Who in the family can apply to have a memorial placed on a grave?