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are going on holiday, but inside is a radio to play music through. We’ve also attached rainbow ribbons on the handles and doors, and two rainbow wind socks from the roof. The families are absolutely delighted that someone will let them do these things. Often people want to celebrate life, as well as mourn death. We appeal to a vast amount of people, and it’s opened my eyes massively. I would not want to do any other job now. It’s important to us to get things right, and we


have been commended for that. It helps me to think that, although what we do is very difficult and quite traumatic sometimes, it helps people and they appreciate it. We have been recommended by the Good


Funeral Guide and the Natural Death Centre because of the hard work put in by myself and my partner Michelle, who works tirelessly behind the scenes. We also owe a lot to our qualified funeral director Jim Cullen. His work allows us to do more than just


transport. If somebody wants assistance in anyway, then we are all here for them and will do as much or as little of the funeral as they need us to do. We also have a more modern T5 Volkswagen for simple funerals that can carry the coffin or passengers or both to the funeral. This means that Volkswagen Funerals


provides a unique service, allowing grieving families to expand their funeral and do things they wouldn’t ordinarily be allowed to do. I think once they have picked the car, they then feel that they can make this a really joyous or upbeat occasion. It’s their loved ones last day on earth and they want to make it memorable - and we want to help them do that. Most people find us through our website, or


we can be contacted via their chosen funeral directors; however we are often able to give a slightly better price when contacted directly. For further information telephone 02476 399296, email info@vwfunerals.com or visit the website www.volkswagenfunerals.co.uk


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