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How to register a death

You must register a death within 5 days unless the Coroner is investigating. Registering a death is free and must be registered in the district where it occurred. You can find all the information you need on the Buckinghamshire County Council website here: www.buckscc.gov.uk/community/births,-deaths,-marriages-and-civil-partnerships/registering-a-death/

The Council also operates a "Tell Us Once" service. This service makes things a little easier when you are coping with a death. The The Tell Us Once team will notify all participating government departments and organisations of the death. This includes council housing, adult services, income support, libraries, driver and vehicle licensing agencies and passport services. This will save you numerous calls and letters to each individual department. http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/community/births,-deaths,-marriages-and-civil-partnerships/tell-us-once/

Someone to talk to

Cruse Buckinghamshire

When someone we know dies it can be devastating experience. Cruse can offer a caring and understanding person for you to talk with in complete confidence.

You can contact Cruse by:

Amersham - 01494 766 455
Aylesbury - 01296 425 757
High Wycombe - 01494 511 117
On their website: www.crusebucks.org.uk

Bereavement support and advice

Losing a loved one and coping with grief can be difficult for anyone. The Buckinghamshire Family Information Service website has information and links to support services for those dealing with a bereavement:

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