Service of Dedication at new Huddersfield funeral home
The Deputy Mayor of Kirklees, Cllr Paul Kane, has officially opened The Co-operative Funeralcare’s new funeral home on Greenhead Road in Huddersfield.
Local clergy, including civil celebrant Dianne Hughes, the Rev Canon Simon Moor from Huddersfield Parish Church, the Rev Andrew Phillips from the Parish of the Holy Redeemer and Naomi Sharp from St Pauls Methodist church in Dalton, all took part in the special Service of Dedication at the funeral home.
After the dedication service the doors were opened to the community for them to come and have a look around and meet the team.
Sally Roberts, Manager of The Co-operative Funeralcare in Greenhead Road in Huddersfield, said:
“This investment in Huddersfield will help us to provide a high quality service to local people.
“We are grateful to the local clergy and others for giving up their valuable time to dedicate the premises.”
Notes to Editors:
The Co-operative Group, which is the UK’s largest co-operative business with interests across food, funerals, insurance and legal services, has a clear purpose of “championing a better way of doing business for you and your communities”. Owned by millions of UK consumers, The Co-operative Group operates a total of 3,750 outlets, with more than 70,000 employees and an annual turnover of approximately £11 billion. For more information go to http://www.co-operativefuneralcare.co.uk/
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The Co-operative Group Press Office
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