Every death in England or Wales should be registered in the district in which it takes place, within 5 days of the date of death where their is no Coroner involvement. A medical certificate of cause of death would normally be given to relatives to bring to the registrar’s office, but during this time the certificate will be emailed to the registrar by the hospital or doctor’s surgery.
The following link provides a step by step guide to What to do after someone dies
We are not holding face to face appointments to register a death but you can make a telephone appointment to register a death. You can apply online to make a telephone appointment or to speak to us about this, please either email Registrars@doncaster.gov.uk or call 01302 735222.
Please visit our coping with bereavement page for support, advice and guidance following the loss of a loved one.
Please follow the links below for details of:
- Book of remembrance
- Burial information
- Cemeteries and crematorium
- Cemetery and crematorium price lists
- Certificates and costs
- Contact us
- Coping with bereavement
- Frequently asked questions
- Independent funeral arrangements
- Out of hours burial service
- Public Health Funerals
- Record search for burials or cremations
- Register a death
- Register a stillbirth
- Repatriation of a deceased body
- Tell us once
- War memorials
- Woodland and meadowland burial