In loving memory of Gladys May Watts. Always loved and never forgotten. Our guardian angel.
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Sands (Stillborn and Neonatal Death Society) is an important charity which supports anyone affected by the death of a baby before, during or shortly after birth. It is a sad fact that 17 babies die in the UK every day. As a Funeral Director there is nothing more distressing than arranging the funeral of a […]
We have had a card machine installed in a bid to make the payment process easier for our families should they prefer to pay this way. All cards can now be accepted and we hope this is a useful and helpful facility.
It has been our privilege to conduct the funeral of a very much loved and respected family member whose wish it was to have a traditional Horse Drawn Hearse. The horses were beautifully turned out and the funeral was very dignified and memorable for all those involved. We have joined forces with a local carriagemaster […]
In these hard economic times it is important for a community to pull together. Therefore, we have teamed up with the Regent Pub just down the road from us and are offering our families their catering for the Funeral Tea free of charge. We are pleased to be working together to help you at a […]
We are pleased to offer the service of a harpist to our families. Berni Byrne is working with us to provide beautiful live music at the funeral as an alternative to recorded songs. Please contact us if you would like more information. http://soundcloud.com/berni-byrne Website: http://www.bernibyrne.co.uk
Recently, we were privileged to be asked to look after the funeral arrangements of a much loved and respected lady who was a member of the Latvian community. We would like to let families know that we are in touch with the Latvian Welfare Society and Latvian minister and so, in the sad event that […]
As a Funeral Director I always feel strangely compelled to watch how funerals are portrayed by soap operas and I am usually frustrated by the sacrifice of attention to detail for the sake of additional drama. However, I applaud ITV for the way Hayley Cropper’s funeral was written. Hayley was far from your average woman […]
We recently arranged the funeral of a gentleman whose roots lay in Scotland. His family felt that the funeral service would be so much more complete if they had a bagpiper playing. Of course we organised this for them and they liaised with the piper to make sure their chosen music was fitting and suitable. […]