As Murray’s Family Funeral Directors commemorate twenty years of serving the communities of Burton upon Trent, Derby, Swadlincote and surrounding areas, we are now proud to offer not only a new modern black fleet of vehicles but also silver-grey.
It has been our dream for over ten years to have a silver-grey fleet in addition to their black fleet. Daisy has inspected the new hearse and gives it her paw of approval!
Murray’s entered a team of 4 for this year's relay race, along with over 50 schools, charities and businesses from South Derbyshire.
We had fantastic fun and ran four obstacle-filled laps in 4 minutes 11 seconds - even with our aprons and top hats! All of the days proceeds are going to Sport Relief.
Sue, Dave, Megan, Angela and Joan were invited to Central Jamia Mosque Rizvia for their open evening, which was extremely interesting and enabled us to learn more about their culture and funeral requirements.
Whilst Danny visited Rosliston WI, to give a presentation and answer any questions they had about all aspects of the Role of the Funeral Director. https://www.thewi.org.uk/…/find-a-wi/rosliston-and-cauldwell.
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Christmas can be a wonderful time of the year but also one of sadness if you have lost a loved one. Celebrating Christmas after a death in the family can be one of the most difficult times of the year.
With these thoughts in mind, we will be holding our first service of remembrance at St. Mary’s Church, Stretton, on Saturday 30th November at 2.00pm.
The service is Multi-denominational and there will be an opportunity to light a candle and place a personal m...
We were honoured to sponsor and attend the Burton Mail Heroes Awards for the third year running.
The event is to celebrate and recognise people from East and South Staffordshire who have gone that extra mile for others or shown incredible courage and dedication to make a real difference.
It was a fabulous evening, with a total of 30 inspirational finalists present at the home of Burton Albion, the Pirelli Stadium, having to be whittled down to only 10 overa...
We have now totalled all the donations received from Murray’s Memory walk and would like to send a big thank you to all those who gave money on the day of sent it in afterwards, the final count was £274.
We made a trip to the Alzheimer’s Society to give them the cheque and they couldn’t thank us enough. Ollie Larkin, pictured here with Sue Barke, said “Just £30 can provide 250 microscope slides, used in labs to study the earliest changes that lead to dementi...
Murrays have joined forces with Findern Footpaths and Conservation Group to provide people with an opportunity to remember and talk about their loved ones whilst walking in the lovely village of Findern.
For many people weekends can be a difficult time when they are affected by the passing of a loved one. So, we would like to invite people to join us for a short walk on Saturday 28th September, with an opportunity to leave a message on our Memory Tree.
We’ve been walking around the lovely Derbyshire countryside with Findern Footpaths and Conservation Group to plan the route for our 2019 Memories Walk.
Keep an eye out on our Facebook page for more details over the next few weeks. #WalkWithMurraysFindern2019 facebook.com/murraysfunerals findernfootpaths.co.uk
Murray's were honoured to attend the National Memorial Arboretum for the unveiling of the Catenian Memorial, to remember all those Catenians, their families and friends who suffered, were wounded or have given their lives in conflicts since their foundation in 1908.
This is a permanent memorial which was blessed on Saturday 13th July 2019 at the Arboretum in Staffordshire by the Archbishop of Birmingham, His Grace Bernard Longley.