12th November, 2019.
As the only independent family owned funeral director in Pershore, Upton and Worcester, Jackson Family Funeral Directors are proud to provide a sensitive and highly professional service to our local community which means so much to us all.
Our business is owned and run by family, keeping family values at the forefront of everything that we do, which means that we are always here for you, 24 hours a day. The passing of a loved one can be a shocking, unnerving event for any family to deal with, and as such we believe that there needs to be a high level of empathy and care shown towards the bereaved. At every stage of planning a funeral we like to treat our customers as if they were our own family and offer the level of care that we would like to receive ourselves. This is a truly unique advantage of dealing with an independent family owned funeral director, as opposed to a national chain of funeral directors.
There are few events in life that are more stressful than a bereavement and we understand the ability to offer a personal, affordable, family focussed funeral service is invaluable. You can be assured that we will never forget our responsibilities as the only independent family funeral directors in the area and our commitment to our community is unsurpassed. Since opening our first independent funeral home in 2018 in Upton, we have worked hard to build trust from the local community, which now includes Pershore, Malvern and Worcester, and families have now experienced our very special level of care that they will receive from a family owned funeral directors.
Many changes within the profession have seen the trend of family funeral directors being bought by larger groups but keeping the family name above the door, causing concern amongst the local community. Jackson Family Funeral Directors offer that peace of mind that you will always be cared for by a family business, with integrity and true family values. Therefore, we are keen to offer a free funeral plan review service to anyone that feels that their current plan might not deliver the level of care and respect that they originally anticipated when they took it out.