Love letter to self

Charles Cowling

The Co-operative Funeralcare has helped generations of families through difficult times, providing care support and reassurance when it matters most.

The Co-operative Funeralcare has become the country’s leading funeral director because of the high quality of care we deliver through our people working at a local level, who are backed by resources and expertise that only a trusted national organisation can provide.

The Co-operative Funeralcare offers a genuinely local funeral service backed by the strength and reassurance of a unique, caring organisation. Our top priority is to provide the best possible services for our clients and to invest in the communities that we serve. 

It must be true; it says so in the Northwich Guardian

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andrew plume
andrew plume

what total tosh and a considerable amount of self gratification too

when I see this sort of marketing speak, it usually means that their market share is dwindling

it’s as a result of creating ‘publicity’ such as this, that funeralcare’s fees are so high – as I’ve blogged before on here, all of those layers of middle management are totally unnecessary and simply ramp up the costs


David Holmes

No mention of the hub either. Or that they charge almost as much as Dignity. Or why they trade with so many different names.


Can’t see the word ‘you’ in there?