You should register the death as soon as possible in the usual way.
Most people choose to use a funeral director. Friends, family, clergy or your doctor may be able to suggest local funeral directors with a good reputation for you to use. If not, most local companies are listed in the Yellow Pages. Remember, their charges can vary considerably and you may want to get more than one quote to compare costs. It is best to choose a funeral director who is a member of one of the following trade associations. Both organisations have codes of practice and members must give you a price list when asked.
Council cemeteries and crematoriums in Surrey are run by the district and borough councils. You will need to contact them to make arrangements for a burial or cremation. They may also be able to give you advice on alternative funeral arrangements.
If you are on a low income and need help to pay for a funeral you are arranging, you may be able to get a funeral payment. How much you get depends on your circumstances and if you qualify. Please visit the Gov.uk web site.
Only the Coroner can give permission for a body to be moved out of England or Wales. This permission should be obtained at least four days before the body is to be moved (although the coroner may be able to give permission sooner) so that any necessary enquiries may be carried out.
If you are considering donating a body for medical education you may wish to contact one of the following organisations who will be able to advise you:
Human Tissue Authority (for outside the London area)
Many people scatter ashes in a location of special significance to the deceased and the family. There is usually no restriction although you should seek the permission of the landowner first.