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As funeral directors, we are here to help and advise in whatever way we can. We are dedicated professionals who provide a personal service.

Our devotion assisting the bereaved and our attention to detail is everything. Our staff are trained to look for ways and services that will improve and help to lift the burden the family suffers at such times. From the moment you contact us, whether by phone or by calling personally, our trained staff are committed to providing you with a first class professional service to the point beyond when the deceased is finally laid to rest.

The arrangements can be made at our premises or at your home. Should you have any questions or require information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Part of the Community

The independent funeral profession has a long proud history of personal service to local communities.

Carrying on the family tradition is a way of life for many independent funeral directors. They are deeply committed to upholding professional standards. Some of the oldest, continuously operated business in Britain are locally owned family firms.

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What is in a name?

In all forms of business today there are big, international companies that have made profits through taking over small firms. The funeral profession is no exception. Many businesses have been swallowed up by the giants.

The trouble is, there usually isn't any change of name to tell you of the difference. That makes it hard for you to distinguish between the family owned firm and the conglomerate. Without asking, you might never know if the owners your family has trusted over the years continue to make the decisions which will affect the service you receive when you need to make funeral arrangements.

If you are unsure, ask

It's important that you know who you're speaking to - an independent funeral director or just one of the branches of a vast conglomerate. When you need the services of a funeral director, you should turn to the firm which has an investment in your community, established over many years.