New funeral home officially opened in Staveley

A new funeral home in Staveley has been officially opened.

Friday, 3rd September 2021, 12:55 pm

Spire Funeral Services’ home on Church Street formally opened its doors at the end of last month.

Paul Wilson, funeral director, said: “Although our Staveley funeral home has been fully operational for the last year, we thought it best to delay our official opening and dedication until coronavirus restrictions were lifted.

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Paul Wilson, funeral director, outside Spire Funeral Services' new funeral home in Staveley.

“We now look forward to continuing to support the local community.”

Following the unveiling of a plaque by the Mayor of Chesterfield, Councillor Glenys Falconer, the chapels of rest were dedicated by Father Stephen Jones, Rector of Staveley and Barrow Hill, assisted by other ministers from the area.

Throughout the afternoon, the funeral home welcomed friends old and new for refreshments and an opportunity to see the new building.

Spire Funeral Services is a family-owned business with more than 15 years’ experience.

Paul with the plaque which was unveiled.

Its other funeral home is located at Derby Road, Chesterfield.

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Paul with the Mayor of Chesterfield, Councillor Glenys Falconer.
The home being blessed by Father Stephen Jones, Rector of Staveley and Barrow Hill.