We’re so delighted to have been selected from hundreds of nominees to go through to the final stages of this year’s glittering Good Funeral Awards ceremony at the University of Winchester on Saturday 5 September 2015.
We’ve been shortlisted for the prestigious national title of Most Promising New Funeral Director of the Year, as well as Green Funeral Director of the Year.
When we started our company in 2014 we wanted to help families create personal, creative and environmentally friendly funerals. To be nominated for two Good Funeral Awards in our first year is just so gratifying. The New Funeral Director Award is nominated by families we have worked with, and means a huge amount to us.
“The Good Funeral Awards reward exceptional service to the bereaved. By progressing this far, A Natural Undertaking have already demonstrated outstanding professionalism, empathy and a willingness to go the extra mile,” said Chief Judge, Charles Cowling.
The Good Funeral Awards are wholly independent of the funeral industry and are supported by consumer advocates the Good Funeral Guide and the Natural Death Centre.
Brian Jenner, the event organiser, said: “The Good Funeral Awards recognise all those unsung heroes who work so hard for the bereaved and whose role can so easily be overlooked. Some of the nicest people in Britain work in the funeral business.”
The Good Funeral Awards dinner is part of the second Ideal Death Show weekend. The awards are in their fourth year and will be hosted by Ian Lavender, familiar to many as Private Pike in the BBC’s Dad’s Army.
For more information go to www.goodfuneralawards.co.uk