Funeral directors named in top three for North Somerset

PUBLISHED: 13:00 26 June 2019 | UPDATED: 13:25 15 July 2019

Arthur Davey & son funeral directors, 82 Silver Street, Nailsea, have won an award.    Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Arthur Davey & son funeral directors, 82 Silver Street, Nailsea, have won an award. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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A Nailsea business has been rated as one of the top three funeral directors in the area.

Arthur Davey & son funeral directors, 82 Silver Street, Nailsea, have won an award.    Picture: MARK ATHERTONArthur Davey & son funeral directors, 82 Silver Street, Nailsea, have won an award. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Arthur E Davey & Sons, in Silver Street, has been given the title by the Three Best Rated website.

Businesses are chosen after a 50-point inspection which includes local reviews, a study of the firm's history, trading standards, ratings, trust, price and 'general excellence'.

Two Weston businesses - Nigel Groves Funeral Directors and Howard Goodman Funeral Home - also made it into the top three.

A spokesman for Arthur E Davey & Sons said: "As one of the oldest funeral directors in the area, we were delighted to be nominated in the top three in North Somerset, all of whom are independently run, privately owned funeral directors.

"This recognition is also a reflection on our staff who constantly show compassion and professionalism when dealing with clients at the most difficult of times, with both sensitivity and a personal touch."


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