Meet Fiona Glackin from our Greenock parlour. Fiona joined Fosters two years ago and in this brief interview talks about the best part of her job, her love of the great outdoors, and false teeth!
In this article, we share examples of the little things that can bring comfort as you gather to commemorate the life of a loved one.
A green funeral is a more environmentally friendly way to be laid to rest. A key difference between a traditional funeral and a green funeral is the use of biodegradable materials such as a bamboo coffin. Overall, the processes involved are gentler on the earth.
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.
Delivering a eulogy isn’t anywhere near as intimidating a prospect as it may appear. With the right preparation, anyone can plan and deliver the perfect eulogy.
Yvonne explains why being a funeral arranger serving the Cumbernauld community is her dream job and why the little things make a big difference.
Angela explains why she loves her job, pottering in her garden, and driving around the stunning Stirling countryside.
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.