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Lee Bengough
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Lee Bengough

I can well believe it Charles, They sure are making their ancestors proud. Not many local business around now as there used to be, well as you know my local one is Dignity and also the 2nd local one is John Williams aka you have guessed it the co op.

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Lee Bengough

Some twisted people about Charles, Brave of Sarah to run in to get the Horses out, Thats so clever to learn an animal to walk in step must be a long process. You can tell they are genuine caring people cant you, well every week by watching the show I seem to learn something new, even my mother likes watching it with me, some may find it doom and gloom but I find it interesting. I was curious about the industry before My Auntie Died but I think because she was the first dead person I saw I think my… Read more »

Lee Bengough
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Lee Bengough

I am enjoying this program, I have started taking an interest in Funeral Directors etc since my Aunties Death in May 2012, By the Way Great Website you have here.

andrew plume
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andrew plume

excellent

it’s a ‘six-parter’ I read, is it on ‘pay to view’? and………… hopefully not??

Cribb’s, very good at totally reinventing themselves etc etc – take a look at their premises in Ghana, terrific stuff

if one were to draw a line eastwards from Tower Bridge, then on both sides of the river, local folk are well served by three pretty large Indy’s, Cribb’s, Barry and his boys and Jeremy West’s gang too, terrific, terrific

andrew

Susan
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Very much looking forward to this and wish John Harris and team the best of luck with the series.

David Holmes
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Very impressive looking premises and operation – looks as if the Cribb’s will represent the best of the funeral industry on TV.