I was so pleased when I heard about Kiss Goodbye Funerals, I was so worried about the cost until I heard their pricing. Such a nice team of people too.
The team here at Kiss Goodbye Funerals are aware of the current situation concerning COVID-19 and the potential risks it poses to our clients and staff.
We intend to be socially responsible with regards to trying to limit the spread of the virus and will balance this with the need for us to continue with our vital role in the community.
It is crucial that our staff members remain well enough to carry out our work and so we have actioned our plans that are designed to not only keep us able to continue with what we need to do but also to protect you as far as is practical from us.
We are asking for your support by paying close attention to the new guidelines we have in place to help safeguard all of our health and wellbeing:
We recognise the rapidly changing situation and are continuing to monitor Government recommendations, statements of the Chief Medical Officer and compare these with our own observations in the local community and hospitals and we will use our experience of prior pandemics and outbreaks to make informed decisions and take sensible actions.
ADDITION MARCH 24TH:
We intend to do our best to help prevent the spread of Covid and will be following the instructions given by our Prime Minister last night, so to protect you from us and us from you, there are some changes to the way we are able to help and serve you over the coming weeks. We pride ourselves on our personal service and it will be hard for us as well as for you to restrict our interaction with you, but hopefully it won’t be for long. Most of this is common sense and is for the benefit of you, us and everyone, we thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding ..
The crematoria are still allowing you to attend but in reduced numbers which must be strictly adhered to; some of them are only permitting 10 mourners.
Churches have ceased holding funerals in their buildings but say that services of remembrance will be held when they are able to do so.
Over the past week there have been daily changes to the way we are able to work and I expect there to be more restrictions in the near future. Your support and understanding will help us all to stay safe and well.