We are modern funeral directors committed to supporting the wellbeing of every bereaved individual
We will first listen to you, and then tailor our support to meet your needs. We recognise that some people want to be given clear guidance and direction whereas others would prefer to be informed about their options, and then feel empowered to make the choices that are right for them. We believe that good funeral care can be therapeutic and have a meaningful impact on mental wellbeing.
We have been funeral directors since 2016 and everyone in our small team has a professional background in health, social or pastoral care. We hold the award for the “Best Modern Funeral Director” in the national Good Funeral Awards. We work hard to deliver person-centred care and tailor the tone and style of our support to meet your individual needs.
We have a number or services in Yorkshire and our funeral directors in Bramley and Leeds are well placed to support people from all across Leeds, Funeral directors have different approaches and we have found that families are keen to travel a little further to find a service that they feel is most likely to meet their needs.
It is important for us that you feel comfortable when you are with us, and because of this we have ensured that each service provides a calm, safe environment. However, some people would prefer for us to visit them in their homes, or at a different location convenient for them.
We have created a video tour of our funeral directors in Guiseley and our funeral directors in Bramley which we hope you might find helpful. The image gallery below gives you an idea of what to expect if you do come to visit us.
Local services – Supporting You Together
We understand that strong communities connections are really important to many people, especially during challenging times. We work closely with other services, businesses and organisations in Leeds and together we can give you the best possible support.
Below is a list of organisations that may be helpful before, during and after the funeral. It is by no means exhaustive so please get in touch if you have any questions or if there is anything that we can do to help.
The Leeds area has a number of local authority cemeteries which include Guiseley Cemetery, Otley Cemetery, Hunslet Cemetery, New Wortley Cemetery and Whinmoor Cemetery. There are also a number of Natural and Woodland Burial Grounds within a short driving distance, These include Rufforth and Knapton Natural Burial Ground, Brocklands Natural Burial Ground and Tarn Moor Memorial Woodland.
Leeds has a large, welcoming and active church community and each area has its own network that can provide support before, during and after the funeral. LIFE Church, Leeds Cathedral, St George’s Church, Gateway Church and Leeds Minster are some of the larger churches in Leeds but please get in touch and we can provide information about churches in your local area.
There are a great number of fabulous and creative florists in Leeds. Leeds House of Flowers, Campions Funeral Flowers, Daisy Chain, Floral Expression, Alan Brown Flowers and Lawnswood Floral Designs are a few for you to consider but please get in touch and we can make more bespoke recommendations for your local area or requirements.
Some of the larger venues to hold gatherings in and around Leeds include Hazelwood Castle, Left Bank Leeds, The Mansion at Roundhay, Woodlands, New Craven Hall and Malmaison. There are also a huge amount of smaller venues so please get in touch and let us know what sort of style and size of venue you feel would be most appropriate and we will help by letting you know what else is available.
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Feedback from the families we have supported