We have taken on a new premise in West Malling High Street expanding our business and our proficiencies. This expansion will be very beneficial for our team as it has provided more space for us in number 54 to allow for offices.
The builders have been very busy leading up to the opening of our new office space. On a previous blog called ‘let’s expand’ you will have seen images of the work in process. The project is now finished, and we are so pleased with the end result.
If you walk past the front of the shop you’ll see that West Malling Flowers has kindly donated a couple of beautiful floral additions to the front window. If you are on the High Street and you see a member of staff and want to come in for a chat, you’re always welcome. These images are of the front of the shop which is visible from the High Street.
Upon entrance of our new premise, you will be greeted with our new waiting area where there are chilled drinks and hot beverages are available.
We also have a new air-conditioned office/arranging room where Clare our Funeral Arranger is based. Clare is a very professional and inviting member of staff who is passionate about her work.
Clare has been with us for 5 years and will be happy to help. Clare’s office is predominantly where we will be organising our funerals and arranging. When you visit us for arranging, chapel of rest or any other reason this will be where you will be greeted.
Just down the hall we have used the space for a chapel of rest where you can pay your final respects to your loved one. The new chapel allows for more family members in a quiet, spacious and comfortable room.
Additionally, in the corner of Clare’s office, we have a glass cabinet where we have some of our products on display. This cabinet is there to make it easier for our clients to make a decision when arranging a funeral with us. We also have a range of additional products which we can provide if you require. We can also source almost anything for you to make your funeral that little bit extra special.
We look forward to being able to provide the highest quality service for you and your loved ones to make a difficult time that much easier. If you’d like to find out more information, then call us on 01732 842485 or email us at email@example.com.
For the first time in 70 years, Queen Elizabeth 11 will not be bringing us a message of hope and good cheer on Christmas Day. That has been a tradition for many and I for one will miss it, and her. I’m sure King Charles will eloquently continue the custom, but somehow it just won’t be the same.
As a funeral director, it's important to be aware of the challenges that people who have lost a loved one may face during the festive season. For many, Christmas is a time of joy and celebration, but for those who are grieving, it can be a difficult and painful time.
Words can fail us sometimes, when the magnitude of a situation is so sad like losing a loved one. Our thoughts and prayers from everyone at Viner & Sons are with the Royal family at this time, but also with anyone else who has lost someone close to them and is having to plan a funeral.