With offices in Bangor and Porthmadog we are able to offer our services through out Gwynedd and North Wales.
When you suffer a bereavement, a funeral for a member of your family is the most difficult day of your life. Everything your family and friends thoughts about a loved one is expressed on that day.
When someone dies it comes as a great shock. Sometimes the death may be expected , but nothing prepares you for the emotional shock of losing someone close.
Funeral Directors Duty's
As your funeral directors we are here to help and advise in whatever way we can. We are dedicated professionals who provide a personal service to you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Our services to you start when you contact us, whether by telephone or calling personally; and extend often way beyond the day of the funeral.
On initial contact we will ask for preliminary details, whereupon if the deceased has died at home or in a private nursing home we will advise the conveyance of the deceased to our private chapel.
We would then ask, at a time and place to suit the family, for the funeral director to call and arrange the funeral to a standard and procedure that meets the needs and requirements of those concerned.
A wide selection of coffins and caskets are available, along with a choice of gowns for the deceased.
Pre-paid funerals are available and can be arranged through our office.
Members of the National Federation of Funeral Directors
We provide a comprehensive monumental service, including a brochure of all the headstones we provide and details of the styles and designs in which they are available.
When an internment takes place in an existing grave we can remove the memorial to our premises for safe keeping. When at a later date it can be inscribed and replaced on the family grave.
We also offer a complete memorial cleaning and renovation service.