Bridgewater Funeral Service Ltd is an independent funeral directors serving Boothstown, Worsley, Walkden, Astley and the surrounding areas. The business is family-owned and run, and is dedicated to providing a compassionate, professional and affordable funeral service at all times.

Owner, Emma Turnbull has proudly served the local communities as a funeral director for over 20 years. Having spent many years working for a another well-known local firm, Emma decided to open her own family-run funeral service, to continue providing local families with the highest levels of personal care and attention.

After 2 years of careful planning and a complete refurbishment of the premises on the Standfield Centre in Boothstown, Bridgewater Funeral Service Ltd opened its doors to the public in 2014. Then in 2018, out of a need for more space, 27 Chaddock Lane was acquired. This remains home to the business today and offers a relaxed, comfortable environment, private car parking facilities, spacious arranging rooms with modern décor and a private, landscaped garden.

Bridgewater Funeral Service Ltd is a member of the National Association of Funeral Directors. As such, the business adheres to a strict Code of Practice. This ensures each and every funeral service is carried out to the highest professional standards, for your peace of mind.

Choosing your funeral plan – important information

You can buy a plan for yourself or on behalf of someone else. The funeral plans offered are designed to cover the funeral director's own costs. As long as they carry out the funeral and the requirements don't change, neither you nor your family will be asked to pay a penny more for these costs, regardless of when the plan is needed or what happens to costs in the meantime.

The plans can also include a contribution towards any third party costs (also known as disbursements), such as burial or cremation costs. Please refer to the Key Features Document and Terms and Conditions for more information.

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Couple discussing funeral plan with funeral director