Fu­neral ser­vice opens up

Hinckley Times - - LETTERS -

HINCK­LEY’S new­est fu­neral di­rec­tors, Dig­nity, have un­veiled their new fu­neral premises, opened by Deputy Mayor, Coun­cil­lor Peter Wal­lace.

Dig­nity Fu­neral Ser­vices will of­fer lo­cal fam­i­lies more choice in the Hinck­ley area, as well as high qual­ity care, pro­fes­sional ad­vice and sym­pa­thetic as­sis­tance, as well as all the prac­ti­cal ar­range­ments that need to be made for a fu­neral.

The new premises on Cas­tle Street boast a wel­com­ing re­cep­tion, a pri- vate and com­fort­able area in which to make the fu­neral ar­range­ments and a Chapel of Rest where fam­i­lies can spend time with the per­son who has passed.

Busi­ness Man­ager, Wayne God­dard, will lead the new team and has decade’s worth of ex­pe­ri­ence help­ing griev­ing fam­i­lies through­out Le­ices­ter­shire.

He says he is look­ing for­ward to as­sist­ing the peo­ple of Hinck­ley and also be­com­ing part of the com­mu­nity, “The fam­i­lies we look after are at the very heart of what we do,” said Wayne.

“We of­fer a very per­sonal, car­ing ser­vice to make sure our fam­i­lies can or­gan­ise the fu­neral they want for their loved one.

“More and more peo­ple want to per­son­alise the fu­neral in some way, and we will do our ut­most to make any ar­range­ments our client’s re­quest.”

Dig­nity Fu­neral Ser­vices pro­vides a 24-hour ser­vice and are a Bri­tish com­pany that has fu­neral di­rec­tors in towns and cities across the UK.

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