Fosters has welcomed a recent investigation into the industry from ITV’s Tonight Show which put the spotlight on the cost of dying.
Funerals are an essential part of our society and play a key role in the healing process following a loss and as such we are committed to providing funeral services throughout Scotland during the current crisis. Keep up to date with our latest developments and advice here.
After implementing a range of adaptations putting the safety of our families and colleagues first, we are delighted to announce the re-introduction of our limousine service.
As the country continues to deal with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made a number of adaptations to our services, enabling us to further help support families affected at this time.
We understand that viewing important is an important part of the grieving process and is why we are still permitting even during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Due to social distancing measures, we have ensured people can still make funeral arrangements without leaving their homes by telephone or even through live video link-ups to continue to offer a more personal service.
Fosters Family Funeral Directors has announced its commitment to becoming officially Dementia Friendly in 2020.
Thanks to the likes of David Bowie, who pre-arranged a Direct Cremation funeral for himself, it has gained lots of attention in the press recently but what exactly is it?
Fosters Funeral Directors are delighted to continue our relationship with East Ayrshire Council to help battle funeral poverty.