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Graham Tresidder, Funeral Directors in Audlem
Graham Tresidder, Funeral Directors

Graham Tresidder, the Funeral Directors in Shropshire Street, Audlem opposite the Lord Combermere, are this month celebrating ten years in business in Audlem.

The second photograph features Graham Tresidder in the middle with son David and Jason.

Graham says: “The company is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year covering all areas of South Cheshire and surrounding areas.  

"Whether it be to answer any questions or queries over the phone, attendance at a death to remove the deceased to our chapel of rest, or alternatively to meet a family or individuals at any of our three offices at an arranged time and date.

“Our three offices are always available, with our Nantwich Office (62 Hospital Street, Nantwich, CW5 5RP) open to walk in during the day (9am — 5pm, Monday — Friday) and any other time by appointment.  

"Also our premises and Chapel of Rest at Wells Green, Wistaston (448 Crewe Road, Wistaston, CW2 6PZ) and Audlem Office are available to visit at any time day or night by appointment. 

“Based on our experience we are able to offer detailed information and advice regarding funeral arrangements and what to do in the event of a death.” 

 

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