Covid-19 Statement

Adrian Moore Funeral Directors Lewisham


Dear Families,

We are proudly here to help and support families at their time of need.

During this time of uncertainty, we remain open and our experienced, caring staff continue to assist families, during this critical period.
Our heart and thoughts go out to those affected by this virus and to those whose lives have been changed due to COVID-19.

Our Branch, the health and wellbeing of our families and our staff, are our main priority and we wish to assure you of the diligence of our approach.

Please be patient: the guidelines we are following are set by our funeral trade associations: following their meetings with the government. The measures introduced are to preserve the safety of all and are changing daily.


While the Covid-19 virus requires all of us to be more mindful and responsible as we go through our regular activities, rest assured that our funeral branch is clean and safe. Our protocols cover handwashing, hygiene, cleaning products, safety equipment and good housekeeping.

N.B. Please phone the branch prior to visiting, to reduce waiting times and allow us to support safe distancing within our buildings, a face covering will be required. Please keep the number of people attending to 2 persons at any arrangement meeting, tell us how many people will attend to chapel of rest.


If you have recently lost a loved one, or wish to discuss a pre-arrangement, we are here for you. Our caring staff can help you make the arrangements via telephone or e-mail. Please discuss any additional needs with a member of our team. Travel restrictions, health concerns or any other concern will be discussed individually by your funeral director. All face-to-face contacts you will need a face covering.

Losing a family member or friend is never easy. We are sensitive that these unsettling times poses challenges for us all.



Attendance should also be within the capacity limits of the premises so that social                        distancing can be strictly adhered to.


    • Those who are in the high-risk categories and are not self-isolating can be accommodated but must discuss this with the funeral director.


    • Mourners who are self-isolating due to someone in their household or support bubble being unwell with symptoms of COVID-19 or as advised by NHS Test and Trace, but are not symptomatic themselves, will be facilitated to attend the funeral in person should they wish to do so.


    • Families must be able to provide a comprehensive list of mourners prior to the day with contact details for test and trace purposes. Subject to individual crematoriums and churches.


    • Our Chapel is operating under the Government guidelines to support attendance as mentioned above and is subject to change.


    • The Crematorium Chapels in most cases can offer families remote participation via Video and/or Live Web Casting Service, to support those unable to attend. Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms (a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell) should not attend the funeral as they pose a risk to others; remote participation should be considered.


    • Limousines for 6 people are permitted with some restrictions; Measures are in place similar to public transport rules and are subject to change. advice on social distancing when travelling to and from the funeral gathering by whichever means should always be adhered to.




    • Church services are permitted with restrictions following government guidelines. The local councils for the Crematoria and Cemeteries have their own guidance that we must adhere too. As funeral directors, we must comply with each environment's guidelines.


Please know that we are here for you. The safety and wellbeing of you, your family, your friends, and our staff, is of utmost importance.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us in the usual way - we are available 24 hours a day.
Yours faithfully,

Reviewed December 2021

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