The Benefice of

Pilton with Croscombe,

North Wootton and

Dinder

Funerals

A funeral is used to mark the end of a person's life here on earth. Family and friends come together to express grief, give thanks for the life lived and commend the person into God's keeping. These can be a small, quiet ceremony or a large occasion in a packed church.

Everyone is entitled to either a burial service (funeral) in our churches or at a crematorium or to have their ashes buried in their local burial ground by their local parish priest regardless of whether they attended church or not.

The churchyards at Pilton and Croscombe are closed but there may be family graves or plots for ashes reserved. Both these villages have cemeteries for all other burials. North Wootton and Dinder churchyards continue to be open for burials or interment of ashes.

Services and burial details are arranged with the priest and the Funeral Director of your choice. The priest, or her representative, will discuss the date, time and venue with you and meet with you to plan the service.

There are further details about services on the 'Funeral Service' below.

For more information on these subjects, click each title to be taken to information on the Church of England Website:

Deaths


Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends of:


Joan Dawson whose ashes were interred in Dinder churchyard on 22nd October.


Doris Witton whose ashes were interred in Croscombe churchyard on

6th November.


We are sad to report the deaths of Pat Hosking of Croscombe who died on 4th November,

And Margaret Worsdell of Croscombe who died on 9th November and also of Dorothy Lacey, of Maldene, Whitstone Hill, Pilton, who died after a short illness on November 16th.