Catering to a variety of last wishes
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Personal service 24/7
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Compassionate funeral planning
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Variety of funeral services
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Dedicated, local family-run business

Funeral Options

For the perfect send-off, speak with your local, family-run funeral directors, Stinsons of Whitwick. We have organised and delivered countless beautiful ceremonies over the years, all of which have been unique. So if you’re looking for a dedicated and respectful funeral home, look no further.

Our services include:

For the final touches, we can also provide floral arrangements, transportation and have a hand-selected collection of coffins and caskets for you to choose from, crafted from the finest materials, which can be embellished to suit your preferences.

No matter what budget you’re working with, we never compromise on quality of service because we understand the importance of a meaningful and dignified farewell.

To discuss your funeral options in Leicestershire, including Coalville, Loughborough, Ashby-de-la-Zouch and the wider area, contact Stinsons of Whitwick. We operate 24/7, 365 days a year and are contactable via telephone, contact form and in person at our funeral home.

Flowers
Rose on top of headstone
Flowers

Let us help you create a fitting tribute for a loved one

Call us on 01530 449 881 or request a callback using the form below

Come & see us, we are here to help

Address: 61 Meadow Lane, Coalville, Leicester, LE67 4DN
Opening Times: Mon-Fri: 09:00 - 17:00 (appointment only)
Sat: Closed
Sunday: Closed

FAQs & Advice

Not sure about something? Take a look at our FAQ section to see if we have the answer to your question, if we don't, please contact us today.

When someone dies somebody has to deal with their estate (the money, the property and possessions left.) by collecting all the money, paying any debts and distributing the estate to those entitled. The Probate Registry issues the document which is called a Grant of representation. 1. Probate issued to one or more of the executors named in the will. 2. Letters of administration (with will) issued when there is a will, but no executor named or unable to deal with the estate. 3. Letters of administration issued when your loved one has not made a will or it is not valid
In the event of a death, numerous people and organisations need to be informed, including:
  • Hospital and/or family doctor
  • Social services and district nurses
  • Car insurance
  • Employer or professional association
  • HM Revenue and Customs
  • Social security
  • Local council
  • Utilities (gas, electric, water, telephone, internet)
  • Credit card companies
  • Banks and building societies (accounts must be closed, and any joint accounts must be amended appropriately)
  • Investments and insurance policies (premium bonds are not transferable, which is why the Post Office issues a form that must be sent to the bonds and stocks office – for further advice, consult a financial adviser or accountant)
Arrange redirection of mail at the post office.
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