Funeral Directors and Memorials

East Port, Melrose TD6 9EE

24-hr attention:

01896 822632 |

How Can We Help? > Options For Funeral Services

Type of funeral

Choosing the type of funeral you'd like is a very personal decision. We have a wealth of knowledge and will give you guidance on how we can help personalise arrangements to exactly what you wish.

Religious or Non religious
We work very closely with local Clergy, Humanists ( Non Religious) and Celebrants ( who can include religious content within their service) to assist you with your wishes, the information we gather is passed onto them and  they will arrange to visit you to discuss arrangements for the service


Almost all Border towns have their own public cemetery which will be owned and maintained by Scottish Borders Council.

New ground can be purchased in the majority of these cemeteries It may be your family have existing ground within a cemetery, if so we can check through Scottish Borders Council to see if there is space for burials within the ground.

Woodland burial

There are two burials sites within the Scottish Borders, one within  Shawfield Cemetery, Selkirk and one at Hundy Mundy Wood, near Mellerstain, Kelso, we advise families who are considering Woodland burial to visit the sites as they are both very unique and tranquil.


Borders Crematorium, Melrose opened in December 2011, it has seating capacity for 98 people and Obitus music, livestream and visual tribute systems.

The services at Borders Crematorium start on the hour from 9am to 4pm, Saturday services are by request

Borders crematorium offer a reduced cremation fee rate for the following
9.00am weekday  "no service" cremation
9.30am weekday, where the main family can be present but no service is held

* there are specific terms and conditions that must be adhered to for these reduced fee services

We offer a reduced fee " Simple Cremation" funeral package to tie in with the above, price on application

The crematorium also offers a memorial service where ashes scattered or interred within their grounds can have headstones, trees or marker plaques erected.