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At AJ Lloyd Funeral Directors Coventry, we perform a unique and indispensable role in society. It is a role part professional and part vocation.
Our Funeral Directors are always available in time of need. We provide emotional support, expert and practical advice.
We will listen to you, the bereaved, as you decide what sort of funeral you want for your loved one.
We will be honest with you and inform you of the options available and any grants that you may be entitled to.
Our Funeral Homes in both Allesley and Keresley are open for you to visit. If this is inconvenient then we can arrange for a home visit if you prefer. No one knows when they will suffer the loss of a loved one.
As your Funeral Director we will be there to provide support, guidance and comfort.
We have been helping and supporting families with bereavement by offering a more personal approach to funeral directing.
That is that we incorporate ‘traditional values, with a modern approach’.
We aim to arrange a funeral with a date and time you have in mind. We can normally arrange a time within ten working days this can be a full Church Service, Catholic Mass or a simple cremation service. We will not keep you waiting unnecessarily.
However, sometimes it is best to wait for family members to return from prearranged journeys so funeral times can be longer, but this is your choice.
Once contacted, we will help and guide you through all the funeral arrangements.
We offer a wide choice of services which can be tailored to the needs and requirements of each individual.
All arrangements can be carried out in the comfort of your own home or at one of funeral homes in Allesley or Keresley.
The Government’s lockdown guidance for England, which becomes law on Wednesday 6 January (but which the Prime Minister said should be followed immediately), confirms that mourners can continue to attend funeral services in England up to the venue’s COVID-secure capacity – and subject to a maximum of 30 people.
Linked events such as ritual washing and funeral receptions can go ahead with up to six people. This remains unchanged for those areas previously in Tier 4 – but now applies across the whole of England.
Staff working at the funeral service or linked event are not included in the numbers.
04/03/2021 2:30 pm
It’s with our heartfelt sadness that we announce the passing of our glamorous mum, who passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on Wednesday 3rd February 2021, aged 76.
Her children; Jacqueline, John, Angeline and Leanne all miss her greatly, as do her siblings, her friends, her work colleagues at Nailcote Hall Hotel and her ‘Instagram fans’.
A private service will take place at Canley Crematorium on Thursday 4th March 2021 and attendance is by family invitation only. A celebration of Helen’s wonderful life will take place at a later date. Floral tributes may be sent to A J Lloyd Funeral Directors and donations if desired may be sent to the British Lung Foundation.
A live webcast will be available from 2:25pm via www.obitus.com and the login details are – Username: Xate0795 Password: 302172
Please direct all enquiries to A J Lloyd Funeral Directors
02/03/2021 12:15 am
Jim passed away peacefully with his family by his side at Myton Hospice Coventry on the 4th February aged 71 after a long illness which he endured with strength and dignity.
Jim was the beloved husband of Ann, much loved and wonderful father to Ginnie. Father-in-law to Warren . Proud grandfather (Poppie) to Leo. Loving brother to Kath and brother-in-law to Ian. Loving brother-in-law to Anna and Brian, uncle to Christopher, Louise and David. Great uncle to Brayden and Louie, friend to many.
Funeral service to be held at Canley Crematorium on Tuesday 2nd March at 12.15 pm. Due to Covid restrictions attendance is unfortunately restricted to family invitation only. Family flowers only please, but donations in memory of Jim, if desired, may be made to Myton Hospice via funeral-notices.co.uk
01/03/2021 2:00 pm
Dearly loved husband of Jackie. Much loved dad of Simon and James. Dear father in law to Kim and Claire and loving grandad of Elise, Max, Samuel and Oliver.
Alan passed away peacefully at home on 8th February 2021 aged 81 years following a short illness.
The funeral service will take place at the Heart of England Crematorium on Monday 1st March but sadly, due to the current restrictions, attendance is limited and is by family invitation only. Those who cannot attend may wish to watch the service online. Please contact our Allesley branch for details.
Family flowers only but donations if desired to Mary Ann Evans Hospice who helped to care for Alan at home would be greatly appreciated by the family.