Excellent Family Funeral Directors

Reputable Funeral Services

First opened on Market Street in April 2001, J T Brookes acts as a satellite office to the head office in Quarry Bank. Its aim is to make the job of arranging funerals in Kingswinford and the surround areas easier for the local residents. All funeral arrangements including floral tributes and Orders of Service can be done here. There is also a selection of memorials available to view.

Funerals

When a family wish for us to cremate the deceased without any service or anyone present. This service includes our time, coffin, removal (within a 15 mile radius), cremation fee and doctors fee (if applicable).

Floral Arrangements

Arranging a funeral can be a traumatic time for anyone concerned. There are many different parts to the funeral arrangement that need to be looked after and floral tributes often play a big part in any funeral.

Memorials

Arranging and paying for your funeral in advance relieves your family from the financial burden while fixing many of the costs at today’s prices. We partner with Golden Charter, the UK’s largest provider of funeral plans, to offer prepaid funeral plans.

Pre-Paid Funeral Plans

Arranging and paying for your funeral in advance relieves your family from the financial burden while fixing many of the costs at today’s prices. We partner with Golden Charter, the UK’s largest provider of funeral plans, to offer prepaid funeral plans.

Our Contact Details

J T Brookes & Co. Kingswinford

62 Market Street, Kingswinford, West Midlands DY6 9LH

Tel: 01384 296683
Email: jtbk@nedowning.co.uk

The office is open Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm

From This Office

The office now located on the corner of Market Street and Oak Street is open Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm and has the added benefit on free onsite parking, something of a rarity in Kingswinford!

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On behalf of the family please can I say a big thank you for the service we received for the funeral of my late father, it was 1st class.

Mike Mallen