William H Painter Funeral Directors in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
148-150 Green Lane, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, West Midlands B36 0BX
Our branch is open Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Or telephone us 24 hours a day 0121 747 0700
As a long-established local firm, William H Painter Funeral Directors in Castle Bromwich is here to support you in your hour of need when you have lost a loved one.
We can help plan funeral services for people of all faiths, including Church of England, Roman Catholic and Muslim, as well as for those with no faith. We have a Chapel of Rest for you to visit your loved one in private and we have close links with local churches, including St Clements in Castle Bromwich; our nearest crematorium is Woodlands.
William H Painter Funeral Directors arranges funerals for people in Castle Bromwich and the surrounding area, including Water Orton, Bromford Lane, Stechford, Tile Cross, Kingshurst, Shard End as well as Castle Bromwich and Chelmsley Wood.
We enjoy playing an active role in our local community and do a substantial amount of charity work, collecting Easter eggs for Birmingham Children’s Hospital, taking craft items to Bromford Lane Care Centre and collecting food and clothes for Birmingham City Mission.
We lay on events across the year, either to raise funds or support those who have been bereaved, and we are happy to support other local organisations with their activities. We are also involved with the makeover of the Bluebell Remembrance Garden in Chelmsley Wood.
We are open from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and our team is available on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There is free on-street parking outside and our nearest rail station is at Water Orton.
If you would like support from William H Painter Funeral Directors in Birmingham when planning a funeral please contact us on 0121 747 0700, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or we can arrange a home visit.
Solihull Register Office
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