What to do when someone dies, registering a death and find a local cemetery or crematorium.
Who to contact after a death and information about funeral arrangements and memorials.
You must register a death within five days of it occurring, unless it was referred to the coroner.
The Coroner investigates deaths reported to her and oversees the City Mortuary.
Find out about the council's crematorium and Garden of Remembrance
Information about the council's seven cemeteries across Brighton, Hove and Portslade
Natural burial is for people looking for a more environmentally-friendly method of burial, rather than a grave with a traditional headstone.
Brighton & Hove City Mortuary provides postmortem and storage facilities for deaths that are reported to the Coroner.
Find out about the choices of memorial at Woodvale crematorium.
Contact the council about deaths, funeral and cemeteries and find bereavement resources
Many of the forms on this page are to be completed by funeral directors. You might be asked to complete some forms yourself when arranging a funeral or for genealogy research. We will tell you which forms you need.
Find out how to apply for a copy of a death certificate, how much it costs and how to obtain certificates from outside of Brighton & Hove.