Losing someone you care about can be one of life’s most difficult experiences. There are no easy answers
when trying to help a bereaved family come to terms with their loss, every situation is unique and people react
in very different ways. Having lost both my parents at an early age I understand how difficult this time is for families and how we can help make things just a tiny bit easier.
I believe we have an important responsibility to care for our families, not just by offering support during
the funeral, but also through the difficult days that may follow.
At Armstrongs we have an abundance of local knowledge and have served many families at their worst possible time with pride and care for many years. It is so important to us that families have the funeral they feel best
reflects the persons wishes, be it simple, elaborate or something unusual, we will always endeavour to help you
arrange a meaningful and personal farewell. We believe that only an independent family business can do this as we are not bound by corporate, profit margins and dividends for shareholders.
We understand that bereavements and funerals are intensely personal events, and that’s why we make the ‘personal touch’ absolutely central to the way we do things. Because no two people or families are the same,
we believe that individual choices and preferences have a crucial role to play in the lasting comfort that the right funeral can bring.
Years of experience have taught us that it’s often the little things, meticulous attention to detail and special
unique touches that make the biggest difference. Above all else, we offer a sympathetic, independent and
highly professional funeral service where exactly what you want is the only thing that really matters.
We are one of only 60 funeral directors in the whole of the UK recommended by The Good Funeral Guide, the only one in Bury St Edmunds and one of two in Suffolk. Their review can be found here
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