It has been a while since the banners went up covering the windows at 56 High Street West Malling. Viner and Sons have now had the majority of the building work done to the new arrangement and viewing areas.
As you can see from some of our pictures. Gary and Rob have done an amazing job from empty space to separate areas needed to run an efficient funeral directors. Firstly frame work was built for the stud walls. We have knocked through into 54 high street to enable a smooth transition from one area to another for our clients. We look forward to welcoming you all into our new offices soon.
Taping out the plan on the floor.
Building the stud walls.
Plaster and a layer of paint followed by door and window frames.
Widening the door to allow disabled access into all arranging rooms.
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.