Funeral Home in line for top Funeral honours.
We are so proud that Rhys Askham, 19 has been selected from hundreds of nominees to go through to the final stages as finalists for the prestigious title of ‘Most promising trainee funeral director’at this year’s Good Funeral Awards alongside our colleague, Oliver Bird, 36, Funeral Director, who is a finalist in the ‘Care of Deceased Award’
“The Good Funeral Awards recognise exceptional service to bereaved people from all aspects of the funeral profession and supporting services. By progressing this far, the nominees have already demonstrated outstanding professionalism, empathy and a willingness to go the extra mile,” said Fran Hall, C.E.O of The Good Funeral Guide.
“I am so pleased for both Rhys and Oliver to be announced as finalists in each of their categories. Rosedale pride ourselves on the professional service that we offer our families and to have our colleagues recognised nationally for the care and dedication is truly humbling” says Pippa Hardie, Administrator at Rosedale Wymondham.
Also shortlisted in the ‘Most helpful funeral advice website’ category after being nominated by Rosedale Funeral Home is Norfolk based children’s bereavement charity Nelson’s Journey, who in 2015 launched a smartphone app which enables bereaved young people to have a safe platform to remember their special person as well as addressing their feelings and emotions and has, to date, been downloaded for free over 1000’s time worldwide.
The Good Funeral Awards are wholly independent of the funeral profession and are supported by consumer advocates the Good Funeral Guide and the Natural Death Centre.