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Arthur Worsley Funeral Services Ltd, 113 Station Road, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 1AA   I   Telephone 01457 852381

Registered in England     I     Company No: 4775153     I     Directors: Mr J L Eyre & Mrs B Worsley     I     Registered Office: 113 Station Road, Hadfield SK13 1AA


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Arrangements: Arthur Worsley Funeral Services Limited, Hadfield.  Tel: 01457 852381

A list of funeral announcements are displayed alongside. If you are unable to find the details of a specific funeral then please contact us for details and further information.










Click here for Funeral Acknowledgements.


If you wish to make a donation to a designated charity

specified by a family we kindly request that all donations are made out to the Charity and not to Arthur Worsley Funeral Services.










If you are a UK tax payer you can Gift Aid your donations, making them worth 25 per cent more to the charity, at no extra cost to you!


The designated charity can claim back the tax you have paid on your donation (25p for every £1 you donate) through Gift Aid.


This additional income really does make a big difference to the charity, so please do not forget to Gift Aid donations wherever possible.



       Download our Gift Aid Declaration form


       Find out more about Gift Aid from HMRC


GiftAidForm2.pdf

PLEASE NOTE: DURING THE CURRENT COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) CRISIS SOME OF OUR SERVICES ARE BEING RESTRICTED AND WE ARE NOT ABLE TO OFFER THE FULL RANGE OF OPTIONS FOR FUNERALS. THERE ARE ALSO RESTRICTIONS ON THE NUMBER ABLE TO ATTEND SERVICE AND LIMITED TO CLOSE FAMILY ONLY.

PLEASE CALL US FOR MORE DETAILS AND CHECK THE ADVICE ON THE GOVERNMENT WEBSITE (CLICK HERE)

At this difficult time for all those suffering loss , attendance at funerals is strictly limited to only a very few

close, family members. If you see a hearse, just take a moment to stop, stand quietly and pay your respects

as it passes, simply bowing your head or removing your cap.


This is your chance to support others during a bereavement by reviving an old tradition that would show people their loss is acknowledged and shared by us all. It would mean the world to families in a time of sadness.


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