Balancing the practicalities of arranging a funeral and compassionately supporting a family in need takes time and years of practice.
It’s also a team effort utilising a wide variety of skills.
We are not recruiting at the moment.
We recommend revisiting this page to see any future vacancies as we do not keep CVs on file.
We welcome the news that from April 2020, working parents who lose a child under the age of 18 will be eligible to two weeks paid bereavement leave. The new legal right is called "Jack’s Law" in memory of Jack Herd, whose mother campaigned for employed parents to...
Exploring the benefits of planning ahead and bereavement support – Interview with Andrew Purves and Tom Gordon
Earlier this month, the Edinburgh Reporter ran an interview and podcast exploring the benefits of planning ahead as well as interviewing our bereavement specialists. Having the conversation about your funeral is easier than you think. And with free guides on what to...
In this exclusive interview with the Scotland on Sunday, Tim Purves, fifth generation of the Edinburgh based family run firm explains why in 2019, the company continues to grow and deliver a key service for local families. "Not the cheapest but certainly not one of...