Royston funeral directors Cecil Newling draw on 50 years in the business at open week
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A Royston funeral directors is holding an open week for people in the community to find out more about the business.
The event by Cecil Newling – which is part of wider firm Dignity has more than 50 years in the business – will be for people to learn about the benefits of the dignity funeral plan or for those who would like to view the facilities at their Market Hill funeral home.
Funeral service arranger Trudy Lambert said: “More and more people are pre-arranging their funerals these days. People often purchase a funeral plan to make sure their loved ones don’t have to make difficult decisions about their funeral arrangements. Other people purchase a guaranteed funeral plan from us so that they know that their funeral is paid for at today’s prices, regardless of how far in the future the service takes place.
“This means that in these times of financial uncertainty, their loved ones are saved from paying for the funeral.”
“We are inviting people who are interested in finding out more about funeral plans to come to Cecil Newling where I and my colleague Jessica Geer will be available to answer questions on funeral plans or any other aspect of arranging a funeral.”
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The week takes place from Monday to Friday next week.
For more information call 01763 243048 or email email@example.com
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