Bereavement Support FAQs

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Yes – many wakes are now held after the funeral has taken place, allowing people to come together to celebrate the life of the deceased.

There can occasionally be restrictions on scattering ashes in certain locations. If you’ve got a specific location in mind, it’s best to speak to someone associated with that destination before making your decision.

There’s no limit on how many people can attend a wake, only as many as the organiser and venue are comfortable with.

A wake is a social gathering that takes place either before or after a funeral.

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