The British Institute of Funeral Directors is an organisation of highly experienced, qualified Funeral Directors who provide care for professionally qualified individuals working within the Funeral Industry. Its main aim being to promote education within the profession.
First published in 1886, the FSJ has become the leading journal in British funeral directing. Independent funeral directors, Co-operative societies, Dignity branches and other group companies are all subscribers. The FSJ has a substantial readership in Ireland and can even be found in funeral directors’ offices around the world. It is a lively, colourful, monthly magazine featuring news items, mortality figures for the UK and Ireland, regular features, and the most comprehensive classified advertising section in British funeral directing. For advertisers, the magazine is the best way to reach funeral directors, and for funeral directors it is the best chance of keeping up to date with events in the industry.
No one ever wants to organise a funeral but when the inevitable happens it is reassuring to know that a National Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) member firm will guide you through the process and help you make arrangements at what can be a very upsetting time.
The National Society of Allied & Independent Funeral Directors. This site has information of interest to members of the public, members of the funeral profession, and SAIF members.
The British Institute of Embalmers was founded in 1927 by a group of 15 Funeral Directors who recognised the need for a separate organisation for the professional embalmer.The ‘Memorandum of Association’ lists 19 Objectives for which the Institute was established. Many of these are legal statements concerning the activities in which the Institute may be concerned and, whilst vital for the correct functioning of the Institute, are not directly concerned with embalming itself.
The National Funeral Service Exhibition is one of the most important exhibitions in the international funeral events calender and features products and services from every concievable sector in the funeral industry
10-12 June 2011 Stoneleigh Exhibition and Event Centre, England
The Co-operative Funeralcare has become the country’s leading funeral director because of the high quality of care we deliver through our people working at a local level, who are backed by resources and expertise that only a trusted national organisation can provide.
Established in 1939, the FFMA is the link between manufacturers / suppliers of goods and the end users; the funeral directors and the crematoria. Its aim is to ensure that quality goods are produced and the traditionally high standards are maintained within the profession.
Lodge Brothers (Funerals) Ltd is currently run by the seventh generation of the Lodge family. It has carried out funerals for the last 200 years and now also provides Memorial masonary our own Pre-Paid Funeral Plans and Floristry.
At DVLA Personalised Registrations we have millions of individual numbers available for you to purchase from both our telesales business and our auctions.
Used Car Search
Our selection of pre-owned hearses includes brands like Mercedes Benz, Vauxhall, Ford, Daimler, etc. You can also find a large range of pre-owned limousines of different ages and mileages.
Craven Comes Back to Coleman Milne for Fleet of Six
Family run Craven Funeral Directors have returned to Coleman Milne for a stylish selection of Norwood and Rosedale vehicles. Craven, who serve Liverpo
New Hearse for Hartley
Denis Hartley & Son, established funeral directors for Colne, have taken delivery of a new Norwood Classic Hearse. The stylish new vehicle is the