Having been a Funeral Director for many years, it has been my privilege to guide and assist many families through the very difficult time of losing someone. Very often the simplest of everyday tasks can suddenly feel almost impossible to carry out. Whether a loved one’s passing was expected, sudden or from fighting an illness, it will naturally be devastating for the family, friends and all who knew the deceased. Every family is given as much time as they need to arrange the right funeral for them to say farewell and to remember their loved one.

We advise and offer many different services that are readily available today. We liaise with all third parties; clergy, Civil Celebrants, Ministers, Humanists etc. on your behalf.

Andy with a traditional Victorian carriage & two black horses
Andy with Son Lewis

We never say we understand how you are feeling, how could we begin to? but we do know about the loss of a loved one and how it can sometimes make you feel totally lost, confused, frustrated, angry and regretful. These are natural emotions. We like to think while gently guiding you in a professional and caring way, we can help you to understand some of these feelings, allowing you to arrange the right service or ceremony that celebrates the time you have had with your loved one.

We never consider there to be any silly questions. Why would you know what happens next or what happens at the church or crematorium? Rest assured we will look after every detail for you and guide you every step of the way.

We are available for contact 24 hours a day, we can bring your loved one into our care for you without haste, our standard of care is that we look after every deceased person as if they were members of our own family, and, only in the way we would expect our loved ones to be cared for.