A funeral is a very special day. It’s a chance to celebrate the importance of a life; to share memories of the good times, the funny moments, and the difference your loved one has made. We are here to help you honour life, with a memorable and final farewell.
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Level 2 – Changes to Funerals and Tangihanga
To stop the spread or threat of future spread, people should aim to continue to minimise the number of people attending a funeral to a maximum of 10 under Level 2.
However, Groups of 10 can rotate through a venue for a funeral or Tangihanga with the agreement of the Funeral Director.
Funerals and Tangihanga with between 11 and 50 people can happen IF the Funeral Directors is advised in advance and gains agreement from the Ministry of Health by completing a Registration of Intended Service Form and a Contact Tracing Form is used a the Funeral or Tangihanga.
· Registration of intended service form (PDF, 89 KB)· Contact tracing form (PDF, 28 KB)
These guidelines will be reviewed regularly and may change as we move through the national emergency Alert Levels.
Contact us for a quote or to talk through how we can design a service to suit your needs and budget.
If death occurs at home, the 1st thing you need to do is call your doctor.
Before any other arrangements are made, call us.
A grieving family has a lot to organise and many decisions to make.
We are here to help with as much, or as little, as you would like.
For some families, being involved in putting together their own funeral service with special personal touches is both therapeutic and appropriate.