All South East England

  • A. R. Adams Ltd.

    AR Adams has been going since 1900 and now has the fifth generation of the family involved with Ethen Adams recently joining as an apprentice. It’s steeped in the history of your area. People researching their family tree pop in wanting to know where an ancestor is buried. Chances are Read more [...]

  • Richard Steel & Partners

    Richard\’s son Iain owns the company these days. Richard finally retired after 55 years with the family firm, although he will still conduct funerals if specifically requested. Iain has been part of the business for years, not just as a partner, but fully hands on and involved with taking this Read more [...]

  • Heathfield Funeral Service

    The firm comprises of two businesses, ‘C. Waterhouse & Sons’ and also ‘Heathfield Funeral Service’. Established by Charlie Waterhouse in 1926, the family business is still based in the pretty cottages in Burwash where he lived and worked 90 years ago, and his daughter Dorothy remains fully involved with the Read more [...]

  • Neville Funerals

    Neville Funerals may have been serving the people of Luton and Bedfordshire for over 140 years, but they are not standing still nor taking anything for granted. Still family run, Neville Trust, led by the fifth generation, has overall control of the both the funeral business and their construction company. Read more [...]

  • John Weir

    The business is owned by John Weir, who runs it with his wife Beverley. John has been a funeral director for 47 years (having served an apprenticeship as a young man) and he embodies the passion and dedication of someone who lives and breathes their work. “It’s not a job, Read more [...]

  • M W Carroll & Sons

    Funeral Director/s: Wendy Harrington-Carroll and Mark Carroll. Many people in the area may know the couple from their previous funeral business in Edmonton, where they served the community for decades, until serious health issues with a close family member meant that they needed to focus on supporting their relative – Read more [...]

  • ARKA Original Funerals

    ARKA Original Funerals are undertakers with a difference. One of the pioneers in challenging the traditional, patriarchal rigidity of the funeral industry in early days of this century, ARKA is widely recognised and admired by the new wave of modern funeral directors as a role model of how to provide Read more [...]

  • Evelyn’s Funerals

    Amanda Pink. Or occasionally her husband Adrian. Amanda took over Evelyn’s Funerals after the founder, Evelyn Temple, decided to take a backseat and concentrate on celebrancy. Evelyn had worked alongside Amanda and Adrian from Town and Country Funerals Ltd for some time, utilising their mortuary space when needed, so handing Read more [...]

  • Holmes & Family Ltd.

    Oliver and Toby Holmes. Sons of David Holmes (who founded the company and who attends 99% of funerals as a driver / bearer), Ollie and Toby are quite extraordinarily lovely young men. We met Toby only briefly, as he was busy with the business of the day, but spent quite Read more [...]

  • Arthur C Towner Ltd

    Edward Towner, Dip FD. Fifth generation. The business was started by his great-great grandfather in 1875. Masses of heritage here, but absolutely none of the nothing-to-learn attitude which besets many such family affairs. Those vocational impulses Edward experienced when he was a teenager all guided him away from the family Read more [...]

  • Opals Funerals Ltd.

    Funeral Director/s: Frances Alcock. Frances worked as a nurse in the NHS for over 30 years in various roles; in the community as a District Nursing Sister, as a Nurse Practitioner, a Multiple Sclerosis Specialist Nurse and in Oncology. With a BSC in Health Studies, it is clear she explored Read more [...]

  • Dandelion Farewells

    Judith Dandy Dip FS, LMBIFD. Winner of the Most Promising New Funeral Director category in the 2016 Good Funeral Awards, Judith has become one of the most highly respected of the new breed of artisan funeral professionals in just three years since she first began researching the world of funerals. Dandelion Farewells Read more [...]

  • C. Waterhouse & Sons

    The firm comprises of two businesses, ‘C. Waterhouse & Sons’ and also ‘Heathfield Funeral Service’. Established by Charlie Waterhouse in 1926, the family business is still based in the pretty cottages in Burwash where he lived and worked 90 years ago, and his daughter Dorothy remains fully involved with the Read more [...]

  • Bright-Hill Funerals

    Nikki Hill. Warm, friendly and completely un-funereal, Nikki is the creator and owner of Bright-Hill Funerals, and it is Nikki who will answer your phone call, meet with you and your family and help you to create an affordable, meaningful funeral for the person who has died. Nikki was born Read more [...]

  • Churchfield Funeralcare

    Funeral Director/s: Duncan Satterly – well known in the local area, Duncan and his wife Sandra own and run this business, in the best tradition of family owned and run funeral directors. They are ably supported by a very small team of staff, so there is a very personal feeling Read more [...]

  • Nigel Chamberlain & Partners

    Bob Metcalf MBE and Lucy Guilder, ably assisted by Teresa Curran. Nigel Chamberlain and Partners has been looking after families in Bishops Waltham, the Meon Valley, Wickham, Botley and many villages in the area since 1892. The business is owned by Richard Steel and Partners, a family firm who have been Read more [...]

  • Arthur C Towner Ltd

    Edward Towner, Dip FD. Fifth generation. The business was started by his great-great grandfather in 1875. Masses of heritage here, but absolutely none of the nothing-to-learn attitude which besets many such family affairs. Those vocational impulses Edward experienced when he was a teenager all guided him away from the family Read more [...]

  • Arthur C Towner Ltd

    Edward Towner, Dip FD. Fifth generation. The business was started by his great-great grandfather in 1875. Masses of heritage here, but absolutely none of the nothing-to-learn attitude which besets many such family affairs. Those vocational impulses Edward experienced when he was a teenager all guided him away from the family Read more [...]