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Shrewsbury, Shropshire

01743 362 024

Service Chapel

We have a 75 seat purpose built chapel that was dedicated and blessed by the Reverend Rob Haarhoff on December 31st 2008 following our refurbishment.

The Chapel is available for funeral services to take place prior to a Cremation or Burial, whether it is a religious or non religious service. We have a state of the art music system in place as music can help to reflect the character of your loved one as a reminder of their personality, taste and interests. A personal favourite piece of music can be uplifting and helpful to you at the funeral.

The chapel has its own private entrance and waiting area to give you the privacy and respect you require. Parking is available for cars at the front of our premises and at the rear, signs will be displayed for people attending the service.


Chapel of Rest

We also have a smaller private chapel of rest where you can come to say your final farewellls to your loved one, if you would like to bring specific music to be played during your visit please ask and we can arrange this for you.

Find Us

Frank Painter & Sons
Spring Gardens

When Death Occurs...

At home

Contact your local GP who will come to certify the death. If he/she is satisfied that the Coroner need not be informed he/she will either give you the medical certificate of cause of death there and then or advise you where you can collect it. you need the certificate to register the death.

In Hospital or a Nursing/Residential Home

Contact the staff at the Hospital/Home and they should be able to advise you as to the availability of the medical certificate of cause of death and from where it can be obtained.

Registering a Death.

When you have obtained the medical certificate of cause of death you need to make an appointment at your local registry office of Births, Marriages and Deaths. If the death has been referred to the Coroner, the procedure is slightly different. We will advise you concerning this.


You can e-mail us by completing
our general enquiry form