Saturday, May 28, 2022

Funeral Director breaks new ground as northern Lincolnshire’s only accredited ‘green’ funeral provider

A Scunthorpe-based Funeral Directorship has become the only one in northern Lincolnshire to be accredited by the Association of Green Funeral Directors.

Jason Threadgold Funeral Directors has premises in Scunthorpe Brigg and Barton, where independent funeral directors Jason, Lauren Quibell and George Woodbridge now hold the ‘green’ credentials.

Jason said: “Our commitment to Green Energy and sustainability has shone through by starting to change all of our vehicles over to electric or hybrid; fitting chargers at multiple locations, and making green funeral options available to all families and working towards renewable energy in everything we do.

“Our pledge is to provide eco-friendly/sustainable options for funerals as well as traditional services to our families.”

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