At Wallace Stuart Lady Funeral Directors of North Petherton, Bridgwater, we offer a service providing all aspects of funeral care and arrangements beginning from the moment you contact us.

Our lady funeral directors will able to guide you through the next steps and help you with as much, or as little of the arrangements as you require and are available to you and your family 24 hours a day to try and ease the burden that you may be feeling.

We appreciate that no two families are the same and we will tailor our services to meet your individual needs, whilst ensuring that you are fully involved in making the funeral of your loved one a special and personal occasion. Our commitments are threaded through everything we do.

Wallace Stuart is owned and run by ladies – Lel Wallace and Sarah Stuart. They are your first point of contact, day or night, and will gently lead you through the process.

Ladies are in charge of all practicalities – from bringing your loved one into our care, to guiding and supporting you on the day.

We are firmly committed to a more gentler way of doing things so you get to know us very well as we celebrate and commemorate an important life together. We are passionate about the role we play and it shows in everything we do. We understand that each family is unique, with their own traditions and personal requests.

Please contact us today.

We offer a full range of services for men, women and children and tailor services for all cultural and religious backgrounds.

“A woman’s understanding can
make all the difference to the
precious memories your family will
have forever.”

Our Coverage Area

All of our prices are inclusive of areas within a 25 mile radius of TA6 6PZ.

However, we have covered funerals in Frome, Street, Glastonbury and also areas such as Hull, Oxfordshire and Surrey.

So if you live outside these areas just give us a call, we will always try to help you.

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Please call us day or night on 01278 664 400