Full Circle opens in Bramley.
Full Circle opens in Bramley.
Tegan Chapman

Funeral service opens second site in Leeds

A Leeds based funeral service that launched in 2016 is opening a second site in Bramley as part of a £250k investment that has seen a disused building refurbished.

Full Circle Funerals will open on the junction of Broad Lane and Upper Town Street on March 7.

The company has transformed the former Globe Pub into a facility complete with private meeting areas, visiting rooms, a suite for intimate ceremonies and office space.

Full Circle Funerals, which now employs a team of five, was founded by Sarah Jones in Guiseley.

The company has also pioneered a range of industry innovations and was one of the first services in the UK to acquire a state-of-the-art electric eco-hearse to complement the range of traditional funeral vehicles it offers.

The Bramley site will be led by experienced funeral directors David Billington and Kerry Aldridge. David has worked at Full Circle Funerals in Guiseley since its launch in 2016 and Kerry joined the firm last year.

The company’s founder, Sarah Jones, said: “In less than three years, we have helped hundreds of people to pre-plan and create funerals at our Guiseley premises.

“We became funeral directors because we believe that good funeral care supports people to have a more positive grief process and we support people in a way that works best for them - some people like us to give a lot of guidance whereas others want to know what is possible and then be empowered to take full control. 

“The former Globe Pub is an ideal building that has been at the heart of the town for many years. As part of our refurbishment work, we’ve been able to retain many of its character features to create a welcoming environment for clients.”

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