Balancing the practicalities of arranging a funeral and compassionately supporting a family in need takes time and years of practice.
It’s also a team effort utilising a wide variety of skills.

Unfortunately we are not recruiting at the moment. We recommend revisiting this page to see any future vacancies as we do not keep CVs on file.

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Funerals in the bleak midwinter

As one of the UK's most popular Christmas carols, various versions of In the Bleak Midwinter are cheerfully sung in churches, village halls and high streets throughout December. Roll on a few weeks and I can assure you, there are fewer places bleaker in mid-winter...

Defending Funeral Directors – Scotland on Sunday/Evening News

Tim Purves vigorously defends the role of funeral directors following a high profile fine imposed on an English firm for not policing unexpected crowds in The Scotland on Sunday newspaper. Funeral directors 'should not be responsible' for policing mourner numbers |...

Memorials Replace Big Funerals – The Times

Today's Times features our second generation memorials team at work, providing lasting legacies for loved ones at a time when funeral attendance is so restricted. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/covid-in-scotland-elaborate-headstones-replace-big-funerals-7b29nl0kk...