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I took these photos of our flower beds outside our Hilldene Funeral Home last week. The roses were planted by Mum and cousin Tricia about 25 years ago, and still giving us colour after all this time. I don't mind the rain today, we wouldn't have these flowers without it. Thanks again Samantha's F... see more

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Firefighters are such an important part of the local community for so many people. It's amazing that these beautiful traditions are still being upheld to respect those that have helped to save so many lives.

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"Living with Loss" evening course Thurs 27th June St. Peter's Church 7.30pm 01708 342080 All welcome

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We regularly accommodate funeral wishes of all cultures, for example, several times recently with graveside food tables at Greek and Romanian funerals.

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From our recent Education Days. Carers from Abbeleigh, Paines Brook Court and Pinewood residential homes joined us for familiarisation tours and talks at local cemeteries and crematoria, including Gardens of Peace, Forest Park and South Essex, plus several of our own funeral homes. All thanks to th... see more

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We helped fundraisers Lesley Haylett and Ella Rayment decorate Noak Hill Victory Hall last week, where they presented Councillor Dilip Patel with a commemorative book to mark a most successful Havering Mayoral year. Well done Dilip and consort Councillor Nisha Patel, over £80,000 raised for charit... see more

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Everyone who arranges a Golden Charter plan with us is happy that they finally did it. Task Done. Usually in less than an hour. Please call 01708 376472 to make a no obligation home or office appointment.

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Popular elsewhere in the world, living funerals are becoming more popular here in the UK. Though it may be hard to wrap our head around the idea at first, it's a very poignant way for loved ones to speak out about their lives and have a say in the way in which they will be remembered.

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