At Barry Pritchard Funeral Services, we understand how tough it can be, and so we have compassionate, experienced people to help you through these difficult times. Our full in-house service means everything can be organised in one place; saving you the worry of sourcing flowers, orders of service and headstones from elsewhere.
We have a unique approach with traditional values and can provide the high standard and quality services that people deserve.
We are proud to offer a highly professional service to families living within Aston, Aughton, Swallownest, Killamarsh and the surrounding areas. The following web pages contain information that we hope you will find helpful.
An independent family business at your service
Barry Pritchard is a third generation funeral director following proudly in the footsteps of his father Alan (Jim) and Grandfather Charles. The Pritchard family have been undertakers since the early 1900.
At Barry Pritchard Funeral Services, we believe we have an important responsibility to care for our families. Providing you with a compassionate, highly professional and friendly approach to handling and creating a unique tribute and service for your loved one, not just by offering support and guidance during the funeral, but especially through the difficult days that may follow.
“As a third generation funeral director I wanted to create a dignified personal Funeral Directors at a time when so many small funeral homes have sold to larger companies.
My family and I are well known in the area. We have an abundance of local knowledge and have served many families at their worst possible time with compassion, pride and care for many years.
It is so important to assist our families in creating a funeral that best reflects the personal wishes of their loved one, be it simple or unusual. We will always endeavour to help you arrange a personal farewell, creating a lasting memory that will stay with your family for many years to come.
Meeting bereaved family expectations and exceeding them is very important for me. Excellence can only be achieved if the accumulation of what may seem minor and inconsequential details are gathered in a loving and positive way, we can achieve excellence even in the saddest of times.”