The funeral of Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn will take place at 2pm on Friday October 6 at Salford Cathedral, her family have said.
The service will be conducted by Father Brendan Curley, the former dean of Salford Cathedral and a friend of Dawn and her family, alongside the cathedral's current dean, Father Michael Jones.
Following the funeral, the family will have a private family committal.
Dawn, who played Vera Duckworth in the ITV soap for more than 30 years, died on Monday aged 77, her family said in a statement.
Actress Liz Dawn who played Vera Duckworth in Coronation Street has reportedly suffered a heart attack.
The 73 year old who has already been diagnosed with incurable lung disease was taken to hospital from her flat in Whitefield after complaining of chest pains.
Her husband Donald has told a newspaper, she's had a slight heart attack and is confident she'll recover.
A spokesman for Coronation Ttreet says eveyone on the show wishes Liz a speedy recovery and send their love.
Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn retired from the soap because of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, a lung disease made worse by her smoking.
Now, as a huge new study launches into the condition, she's been speaking about having COPD. Scientists are looking for patients from Salford who have the disease to help with their research.
And they're warning there could be thousands of us living with COPD without even knowing.
Liz Dawn, who played Bill Tarmey's on-screen wife Vera Duckworth, has said she is "totally bereft" at news of his death.
She said: "Bill was part of my family. When you work with someone for as long as we did it becomes more than just work.
"Our families were close and I am devastated for Ali and his family. I am totally bereft.
"He will always be remembered by everyone he came into contact with because he was such a kind and generous man.
"You couldn't wish to meet a more lovely man and a true gentleman. He was a gentle giant and I will miss him so much."