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Additional online benefits to placing a notice for your loved one
Adding charitable donations
Adding charitable donations
Families can raise charitable donations in memory of their loved one with payments made directly to the charities.
Unlimited online photo gallery
Unlimited online photo gallery
Multiple photos can be added at point of booking and directly on the notice once it has been published for free.
Unlimited Tributes
Unlimited Tributes
Families, friends, neighbours, colleagues etc can pay tribute and messages of condolence online free of charge forever.
Sharing a loved ones Notice
Sharing a loved ones Notice
Families and friends can share via various social channels, one single share can go further than you think.

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Funerals Without Restrictions - Memorial Services & Gatherings
Published 10/05/2021
Like you, we welcomed the news that the 30 person limit on attendance at funerals in England will end on 17th May. This will bring rules in England in line with Northern Ireland and Wales where attendance is limited only by the ability of the venue to safely accommodate people in accordance with the 2m covid-safe rules. In Scotland up to 50 people may now attend a funeral but again this is dependent on the size of the venue. Both Northern Ireland and Wales will make announcements on further easing of their restrictions later in May, whilst Scotland and England will do the same in late June/June 21st respectively. It is hoped that the next announcements will confirm our roadmap out of covid restrictions and a date when all restrictions on funerals come to an end. If, as is hoped, the 2m rule changes to 1m in the coming weeks too, then this will really help some of the smaller venues to increase the number of mourners they can safely accommodate. Should all rules on social contact end in June then restrictions on funerals will finally come to an end. With just over a month to wait, the UK vaccine rollout in full swing and pubs, restaurants and hospitality on the verge of re-opening, it really does feel like we are finally turning a corner...
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Welcome to funeral-notices.co.uk
Published 04/05/2021
We are funeral-notices.co.uk - The No.1 site of its type across the UK, where you can search over 4,841,260 notices. Funeral notices are what we do, they're all we do which is what makes us best placed to ensure all of our notices published are seen by your local communities as well as our national & global, audience. You're probably already familiar with our portfolio of trusted news brands including The Daily Mirror, Yorkshire Live, Lancashire Live and Kent Live. But, did you know we also publish online notices for every area of the UK?
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How to Find Out How Many People are Viewing your Notices
on funeral-notices.co.uk
Published 15/03/2021
When you log into your funeral-notices.co.uk account, do you ever take a moment to look at the free dashboard we provide for you? In the first of a series of videos, we explain the benefits and functions available for you on your own dashboard; helping ensure you are getting the most from your funeral-notices.co.uk account. Watch it here.
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How To Claim Your Free Advertising With funeral-notices.co.uk
Published 09/02/2021
Claiming your free advertising couldn't be easier. All you need to do is become a Preferred Partner of funeral-notices.co.uk and we will arrange the adverts for you.
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Funeral Notices Coronavirus Update
Published 13/04/2021
With the latest easing of restrictions in the UK, it finally seems like an end to lockdown is in sight. But what does this mean for funerals? 12th April saw restrictions on funerals eased in some parts of the UK however restrictions are still in place and are as follows (subject to size of venue):
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Free Online Notices Throughout The Pandemic
Published 21/12/2020
This weekend we've all received with a heavy heart the news that our journey through the pandemic will certainly continue into the new year. From speaking with Funeral Directors, Arrangers and Team members throughout the year we know how difficult the pandemic has been for you, having to say no to requests for funerals to go ahead as planned. Our hearts go out to the many people who suffered a loss this year and found themselves facing restrictions as the pandemic continues to impact attendance at funerals and physical contact with friends and family at a time when it is most needed. Since the pandemic began, we have been letting you know that online notices are free to appear on funeral-notices.co.uk - a small gesture that has brought comfort to families who have missed out on many of the other expected elements of a traditional funeral. Our offer for free online notices will be available for you to give to families as long as we find ourselves living with the restrictions of the pandemic, so please feel free to take advantage of them and help us offer the benefits of an online notice to as much of the UK as we can.
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How To Increase Your Online Presence For Free
Published 16/02/2021
As well as providing the UK's Number One platform for funeral notices, funeral-notices.co.uk is packed full of additional free benefits for Funeral Directors; available to new and existing clients. Funeral-notices can help increase your online presence, which can increase your market share, with very little effort on your part and this blog will tell you how.
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Understanding Your Dashboard on funeral-notices.co.uk (Video)
Published 10/03/2021
When you log into your funeral-notices.co.uk account, do you ever take a moment to look at the free dashboard we provide for you? In the first of a series of videos, we explain the benefits and functions available for you on your own dashboard; helping ensure you are getting the most from your funeral-notices.co.uk account.
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The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) Final Report - How We Can Help
Published 15/02/2021
The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) released its Final Report: 'Funerals Market Investigation' on 18th December 2020. One of their 'suggested remedies' is: 'Prices to be displayed clearly and prominently in house or on websites (or another appropriate online channel if they do not have a website).' They go on to say: 'We intend to consult on the precise meaning of ‘clearly’ and ‘prominently’ during the Order-making process. For display on websites, we could require, for example, that prices must be no more than one click from the home page (or the relevant branch page where a funeral director’s prices vary by branch).' It is estimated that their consultation process could last until late March/early April - September 2021 at the latest after which time they will be looking for compliance with their suggestions. As ever, funeral-notices.co.uk is here to support you in any and every way we can and today we'd like to show you how you can create a 'Standardised Price List' on our website, for free, as well as displaying all of your funeral prices/packages.
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How to use our donation service
Published 06/07/2020
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.