Funeral notices for every funeral you arrange
Over the last year more than 11 million people read over 175 million pages on funeral-notices.co.uk
We at funeral-notices.co.uk are very proud of this fact, but we’re not just bragging about how good we are, we want to make sure you know how much we can do to help you. Funeral-notices.co.uk is a proven vital resource for funeral directors up and down the country, helping to provide families a place where their notices are seen by local communities through regional newspapers and local news websites, and whose loyal audiences return day after day to read the funeral notices pages.
Even more than that, funeral-notices.co.uk is a growing online community where notices remain online forever. They can be easily shared with family and friends, who in turn can leave tributes, photos and memories all free of charge.
Whether you call them obituaries, intimations or funeral notices, we have been publishing them in our local newspapers for over 135 years and are proud of our history with Funeral Directors, families and our readers right across England, Scotland and Wales.
Helpful Book of Verses for Families
Finding the right words and style in which to commemorate the passing of a loved one does not always come easily.
The bereaved are usually anxious to convey their thoughts with dignity and solemnity and in terms that the departed would have approved of.
In the light of this, we’re pleased to present this guide to writing
How to use our donation service
Reach plc publishes obituary notices in over 110 regional newspapers, most of which also appear on its funeral notices website - funeral-notices.co.uk. Over 120,000 notices are published on this site per annum and it receives over a million visitors per month. In July 2019 an online donations service was added, allowing funeral directors placing a death notice to add an online collection. The service is managed by Donatis using their fundraising platform, which is fully integrated into our booking system and the funeral-notices.co.uk website. The service is growing rapidly as funeral directors and donors become aware of its benefits, with over 70% of donations claiming Gift Aid.