As part of our fleet of vehicles, we have a 1957 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud which has been serving Huddersfield for over 50 years. She was used today at the request of a classic car enthusiast for a service at Cathedral House, Huddersfield.
We were pleased to once again place a Christmas tree in Marsden Parish Church as part of the annual Christmas tree festival. The Church was visited by many visitors over the weekend who were also enjoying the festive activities of the Marsden Christmas Light Switch on.
Our hand built Christmas Memorial Tree is at Marsden Parish Church from now until the end of Christmas where people can light a candle in remembrance of someone.
Our hand made modern Christmas tree made its way to Trinity Church, Honley for the annual Christmas Tree festival. Many visitors enjoyed the trees as part of the ongoing village festivities with Christmas markets and of course Santa.
With 100 Years of experience, here at Pearson’s we understand how difficult it can be when someone dies, especially if you’re arranging the funeral. Our family is committed to providing the highest standard of service and will take care of everything for you from the first call.
Many people ask us what they should do when someone has passed away. Below is a brief guide which tells you what to do in different circumstances.
When a death happens at home or in a nursing home
Inform the doctor
As soon as possible inform the doctor that death has occurred. He/she may write out the Medical Certificate of Death when they visits the house, or may request you attend the surgery for this purpose.
When death occurs in hospital
When death happens in hospital the procedure is very similar. Apply to the hospital for the Medical Certificate of Death and not your family doctor.
In cases where the death has been reported to the Coroner the procedure is somewhat different. The Coroner and his officers are working in your interest. No doctor will issue a Medical Certificate of Death. This will be sent by the Coroner to the Registrar’s Office in the district where the death occurred, after contact has been made with the Coroner’s office.
Digital autopsy eliminates the need for a traditional post mortem. This is a non invasive body scan taken to determine the cause of death. On the rare occasion when the cause of death can not be determined, a traditional post mortem would then take place.