Welcome to South Leicestershire Memorial Limited.
We are a company whose directors and major shareholders have over 87 years collective experience in the bereavement care industry. It is always our dedicated intention to supply the best standards of service, facility and product. We are committed to offering a wide range of choice and price, thus allowing a bereaved family the chance to select either a service or product that they prefer at a price which they can feel comfortable with.
Our memorials can be purchased directly by the public for use in other crematoria, cemeteries or churchyards. Please visit the memorialisation page or contact us for a brochure and price list.
In 2015 we opened the South Leicestershire Memorial Park and Crematorium which offers cremation facilities and a Garden of Remembrance for cremated remains in a beautifully-landscaped setting, with manicured gardens and restful country views.
Our Mission Statement
"South Leicestershire Memorial Limited has a mission to provide exceptional standards of service and facility to the bereaved families that use its crematoria and gardens of remembrance. This is because it is not only commercially sensible to do so but also because it is an essential act of human decency towards people who have just lost a much loved member of their family or friend. Bereavement is the price we must all pay for the joy of loving and being loved. The loss of a loved one is the most stressful, unhappy and traumatic experience that we will face in life.
We at South Leicestershire Memorial realise that we are unable to eradicate such pain but we also know it is our responsibility and duty to be as efficient, kind, respectful and polite as humanly possible to our clients at their time of grief, and thereafter when they return to remember their cherished relatives or friends. Therefore it is our aim to provide immaculately clean and tidy facilities in tranquil and beautiful surroundings attended by people who are sincerely dedicated to our mission, and who take a great pride in their work as a result."
Wednesday 7th December 2016, 18.30pm