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All the latest news from the team at Jackson Family Funeral Directors. For more information about any of the news features below please contact marketing@jacksonfamilyfunerals.com.

Jackson win highly commended award

Jackson’s Win Highly Commended Award

Jackson Family Funeral Directors win ‘Highly Commended’ award at the Enterprising Worcestershire Awards 2019, in the category Best Start-up Business. Adding to their string of recent achievements, Jackson’s were presented the award at Hogarth’s Stone Manor on 18th September in a category in which many other businesses were shortlisted. The Enterprising Worcestershire Awards celebrates the achievements of businesses who have received assistance through the ERDF funded programme Enterprising Worcestershire. The funded programme provides expert advice, support and access to funding for businesses with the potential for growth. Jackson Family Funeral Directors who were established in 2018, have made a huge

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West Mercia Women’s Aid Charity Coffee Morning At Jackson’s

On Friday 6th September, Jackson Family Funeral Directors will be holding a Charity Coffee Morning at their Worcester branch in Barbourne, to raise money for West Mercia Women’s Aid. The Charity Coffee morning which starts at 10am, aims to bring together the local community to support West Mercia Women’s Aid in a relaxed coffee morning, where cakes will be on sale and all proceeds raised will go to the charity. West Mercia Women’s Aid, whose local office is based in Worcester, are one of Jackson Family Funeral Directors chosen charities for 2019. Carrying out vital work across the region to

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CCTV System Donated To Upton Rugby Club

After reading the recent news of the misery left behind by the break-in at Upton Rugby Club this week, local funeral directors Jackson’s have donated an eight-unit CCTV system to prevent such an event happening again. Apprentice electrician, Matt Dunwell, saw his work tools stolen in the raid overnight between Saturday and Sunday, plus extensive damage was created inside the club which saw the bar flooded with two barrels worth of beer and 25-30 bottles of spirits were also stolen. Yesterday Mark Campion, Operations Director at Upton’s branch of Jackson Family Funeral Directors visited Matt at the club and presented

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