Funeral Directors in Bromley Common

Whether you're looking for a large-scale celebration of life, or a simple and dignified direct cremation, our Bromley Common Funeral Directors will be able to help.


Each of our funeral homes has high quality, climate-controlled facilities, where our experienced team will take care of your loved one with the utmost respect.


Our expert funeral arrangers will then take your wishes and requirements into account to provide you with tailored advice and arrange the funeral you have in mind.


To find out more about our Bromley Common Funeral Directors, or if you would like further guidance and support, please get in touch.

Our Bromley Common Funeral Directors offer:

  • Quality, climate-controlled facilities
  • A calm and quiet chapel of rest
  • A fleet of hearses and limousines
  • A variety of memorials and tributes
  • Knowledge of the local area to arrange services such as flowers, service sheets and more
  • Funerals fit for a variety of religions and cultures
  • Prepaid funeral plans

Frequently asked questions

  • When someone dies, the first steps will depend on how and where the person passed away. Our step-by-step guides will walk you through the practical steps. For additional support and personal advice, please get in touch with us.


  • Third party funeral costs are additional charges which we will manage for you and attach to your single invoice. Get in touch with us to confirm costs and plan a funeral to fit your budget.


  • You don't have to make an appointment at our funeral homes. However, doing so will ensure that someone can be available to cater to your needs. When arranging a funeral, our Funeral Directors are happy to visit you in your own home, if required.


  • If you choose to arrange the funeral with us, you will be given the option of a complimentary Funeral Notice. We will set it up for you using the details discussed during the arrangements. All we need is an email address.


  • A pallbearer is one of usually four or six people who carry, or help transport, the coffin, throughout the stages of a funeral. Coffins are often moved on wheeled biers; but bearers are still needed.


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