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Choosing the right notice for you

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Published 03/07/2020
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Choosing and creating the right notice
Announcing the death of a family member has been a time-honoured tradition for families and loved ones, a tradition we believe should continue as life should be celebrated and never forgotten.

Death notices are sometimes placed by the Funeral Director, if you need to place the notice yourself, we hope this guide will help you to understand the different types of notices.

funeral-notices.co.uk carries more obituary, memoriams and lasting tributes notices than any other media company in the UK, with over 4.6 million historic notices.

We are proud to receive more than 3 million visits to our site each month and 25,000 interactions including adding photos, tributes and candles on our notices. That's why people turn to funeral-notices.co.uk, making us their first choice.


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To place a notice click 'Place a notice' in the top right of the screen on desktop and tablet or the top left of your screen if you are on a mobile device. Or click here: Place a Notice
Announcing a recent bereavement
You can place a funeral announcement notice for any location across the UK to appear on the site for just £36, which will remain on our site forever. Alternatively, you can book a notice into one of our Newspaper titles across the UK, prices vary depending on the publication. When choosing a location during the booking process you will be offered the nearest publication to your area, or if you already know the title of the publication you can search by name. Click here: Place a Notice
Memoriam Notices
A memoriam notice is used to mark the anniversary of the loss of a loved one. They can be placed on the website for just £10, or into one of our newspaper titles across the UK, prices vary depending on the publication.

We also publish birthday memoriams, which are used to remember a lost loved one’s birthday, and memoriams for special occasions such as Mother's Day, Father’s Day and Christmas. Click here: Place a Notice
A lasting tribute
An online lasting tribute can be created at any time after your loved one has passed, to commemorate their life and memory, it’s a wonderful way to bring family and friends together for just £10. Click here to book: Place a Notice
Acknowledgements
An acknowledgement is typically placed following a funeral and may be used to thank people for their help and support during a loss.

You can place an acknowledgement notice for any location across the UK to appear on the site for just £15, which will remain on our site forever. Alternatively, you can book a notice into one of our Newspaper titles across the UK, prices vary depending on the publication.

Click here: Place a Notice
Memorial and Remembrance Services
Memorial services notices are usually placed following a funeral to allow people to be notified about an upcoming service for their loved one. The Covid pandemic in 2020 saw the popularity of memorial services increase due to the the restrictions placed on attendance at funerals. You can place a memorial service notice for any location across the UK to appear on the site for just £10, which will remain on our site forever.

Remembrance Services are similar to memorial services in that they may be placed anytime after a funeral and can be used to remember one person or groups of people such as veterans. Like memorial services, placing a notice is an effective way to communicate with friends, family and our wider audience to help to get the people you want at the service you are arranging. You can place a remembrance service notice for any location across the UK to appear on the site for just £10, which will remain on our site forever.

To book, click here: Place a Notice
How to place a notice
Once you have chosen the right notice for you, please view our guide ‘how to place a notice’
All notices booked in to print publications also appear online and remain online forever.