The Good Funeral Awards

Winners – Good Funeral Awards 2015

6 September, 2015

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Carla Valentine – Winner of Major Contribution to the Understanding of Death

The following awards were made by Ian Lavender at the University of Winchester on Saturday 5 September 2015

 
Funeral Director of the Year

Winner: A.R.Adams 

 

Embalmer of the Year

Winner: Julie Smith – Stibbards and Sons Leigh-on-Sea

 

Most Promising New Funeral Director of the Year sponsored by the Church of England

Winner: Anna Wardle – Bewley & Merrett

 

Funeral Arranger of the Year

Winner: Sarah Wolsey – Daniel Ross Funerals

 

Celebrant of the Year

Winner: Rev Juliet Stephenson – Vicar of Holy Nativity, Newcastle Upon Tyne

 

Major Contribution to the Understanding of Death

Winner: Carla Valentine – St Bart’s Pathology Museum

 

Best Alternative Hearse sponsored by Motorcycle Funerals

Winner: Levertons Funeral Directors Eco Hearse

 

Cemetery of the Year

Winner: Westmill Burial Ground, Swindon

 

Funeral Florist of the Year

Winner: Rebecca Sharp – Dazzle Me Daisy Do/Rainbows at Sunset

 

Crematorium Attendant

Winner: Charles Howlett – Superintendent at Chilterns Crematorium, Amersham

 

Gravedigger of the Year

Winner: Andy Slade – Fairspear and Westmill

 

Coffin Supplier of the Year

Winner: Cradle to Grave

 

Best Internet Bereavement Resource

Winner: ScatteringAshes.co.uk

 

Association of Green Funeral Directors Green Funeral Director of the Year

Winner: Carrie Weekes and Fran Glover at A Natural Undertaking

 

Mortuary Assistant (APT) Team or Individual sponsored by Respect Everybody Shrouds

Winner: Barbara Peters – Mortuary Services, University College London Hospital

 

Lifetime Achievement Award

Winner: Nigel Lymn Rose – A.W.Lymn