Chessington Funeral Directors


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What should I do when someone dies?

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    Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 3EZ

  • North East Surrey Crematorium

    Surrey, SM4 4NU

  • Randalls Park Crematorium

    Surrey, KT22 0AG

  • Putney Vale Cemetery and Crematorium

    London, SW15 3DZ

  • South West Middlesex Crematorium

    Feltham, TW13 5JH

  • Long Ditton Cemetery

    Long Ditton, KT6 5HW

  • Serbiton Cemetery

    Kingston upon Thames, KT1 3BJ

  • Kingston Cemetery (Kingston Upon Thames)

    Kingston upon Thames, KT1 3EZ

  • Epsom Cemetery

    Epsom, KT18 5JT

  • Merton and Sutton Joint Cemetery

    Morden, SM4 4NW

  • Molesey Cemetery

    East Molesy, KT8 2QE

  • Hersham Cemetery

    Hersham, KT12 5PZ

  • Battersea Cemetery

    Morden, SM4 4NU

  • Randall's Park Cemetery

    Leatherhead, KT22 0AG

  • Sutton Cemetery

    Sutton, SM3 9PX

  • Burvale Cemetery

    Hersham, KT12 4AR

  • Cobham Cemetery

    Cobham, KT11 3EZ

  • Walton-on-Thames Cemetery

    Walton on Thames, KT12 2ED

  • Teddington Cemetery

    Richmond, TW11 8SF

  • Putney Vale Cemetery and Crematorium

    Putney, SW15 3DZ

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Latest Verified Reviews

Teresa Julian 6 days ago

I was very grateful for the great care and understanding that Catherine, Darren and everyone else showed  us at this difficult time.

Susan Joan Treloggan 6 days ago

Helen and Karen were informative and thorough in our planning. Kept in touch regularly, were considerate and kind at all times. I would highly recommend Co-op funeralcare  to others. 

Lorenzo Ashman 1 week ago

The office is operated by one personnel for 2 and 3/4 days per week. I was unable to communicate with the office after 15:00hrs on Wednesdays. The personnel, although competent in the office administration is not suitable for dealing with bereaved families.

Bernadette Hibbert 1 week ago

Good afternoon I am writing to you to complain about the service I received regarding the arrangements for my mother’s funeral. Yves had me really stress out over Christmas. I received a call from Yves telling me that I needed the deeds for the burial plot, otherwise the funeral could NOT take place. She had me frantically searching all over Christmas for the deeds paperwork . Even though I told her I didn’t have any deeds she still insisted that I had to have the deeds. It turns out the Yves was speaking to the wrong cemetery. Yves was speaking to Streatham Vale cemetery when she should have contacted South London Crematorium in Rowan Road SW16. I had to get in touch with the cemetery myself and it turned out that I didn’t need deeds at all, as mum owed the plot. I was told by Yves on the 29th Dec 2021 that someone would get back to me on that same day to tell me when we could go and see mum at rest in the chapel. No one got back to me. On the 3oth of Dec I called the office twice to be told that someone would get back to me. No one called me. I then did check my phone and Peter Denys did call me back on the 30th Dec, but unfortunately I did not receive the calls. I then spoke to Peter Denys on the 31st of Dec and was told I could view mums body on the 3rd Jan 2022 between 11am -1pm This didn’t give much time to contact family members to go and see mum in the chapel of rest. I was under the impression that mums body would be at Brixton Hill Co-op and then I received a text on the 3rd of January 2022 at 09.05 am telling me that mum was at Garratt Lane in Tooting, after I had told the family to go to the Coop Brixton Hill Office. ( I am assuming that once I figured out that Yves was dealing with the wrong cemetery she obviously did not change the location for viewing to Brixton Hill Coop. And that is why my mum ended up at your Tooting branch instead laying in the Brixton Hill Chapel of rest.) I ordered a spray of Lillie’s ( which are my mother’s favourite flowers) to go on top of the coffin and she was given a mixture of pink and white coronations. (NOT HAPPY) We also had a colour scheme of Gold. The men were to wear gold ties and the ladies to wear gold scarfs. Peter Denys promised us that he would tell all the pall bearers to wear gold ties. On the day they turned up with no gold ties and they told us that they were never give those instructions to wear gold ties etc. All in all my experience with your company has not been satisfactory. I would be grateful, if someone could get back to urgently with an explanation, as to why we were not given what we asked for. Regards, Bernadette Hibbert

Mark Richards 1 week ago

The Funeral of my partner Sinead Campbell was handled perfectly by Deena at Co-Op Funeral Care in Banstead High Street. From the afternoon that Sinead passed to the courtesty call on the day following the Cremation the whole process was overseen by Deena and the brilliant Celebrant Julia she put us onto. Many Thanks to both of you and Co-Op Funeralcare. Mark Richards