The Society operates from 3 Offices at Tamworth, Woodville and Uttoxeter, also from 4 offices in the West Midlands area in – Great Wyrley, Coseley, Heath Hayes and Pelsall. We also provide a Bereavement Advice Centre in Tamworth.
New Funeral Home
As well as being a major step forward for our business, the re-building of our funeral home in Heath Hayes also demonstrates our commitment to providing the very best care and service to the local community. We have made every effort to ensure that the new building is fully in keeping with the local environment and we are now able to offer our clients some of the finest facilities in the area.
A Local Team
Whenever possible, we try to employ staff with strong connections to the area – people who know and understand the local community. All our staff are experienced professionals with real dedication to their caring and supporting roles. Our team even includes a trained bereavement counsellor who is able to help clients with grieving and trying to come to terms with loss.
We offer private chapels of rest, a floral service, a monumental masonry service and a range of catering options. We can also offer our clients confidential home arrangements and a range of pre-payment plans.
Special interest funerals have become more popular in recent years and we can make arrangements as required. Our horse drawn hearse, for instance, would be ideal for someone who had an interest in horses or horse racing. And as a tribute to a keen motorcyclist we can offer a Suzuki, Triumph or Harley Davidson hearse. We will always endeavour to provide a service which is a true celebration of someone’s life. Please ask for full details.
The Mews Catering Suite offers parties of anything up to sixty people an elegant and spacious area with a warm relaxed and welcoming ambiance.
Tamworth Co-op praised for support given to bereavement group
Tamworth Co-operative Society has boosted the funds of a vital bereavement support group – and is also helping it to establish a base in the town after a gap of several years.
Amanda Woodward, Tamworth Co-op’s general funeral manager, this week presented a cheque for £145 to Sue Williams, chair of Cruse South Staffordshire.