New Funeral Home is Here to Help Tring

Living Magazines C.P.J Field Funeral Home Tring

This week Heritage & Sons, part of C.P.J. Field, the UK’s longest running funeral directors, has opened a new funeral home in the heart of Tring. The funeral home, previously occupied by another funeral directors no longer trading, has created several jobs within the local community and has also recruited various members of the community to help with the opening.

The Heritage & Sons team has partnered with local florist, Magnolia of Tring, and local bakery, Tara’s Cakes, to celebrate its opening with a stunning flower display and delicious sweet treats. The Mayor of Tring, Cllr Nigel Nutkins will also be in attendance, playing an active role in the ribbon cutting ceremony.

C.P.J. Field has a rich heritage dating back to the late 1600s. The 10th-generation family business is actively owned and managed by the Field family, operating over 30 funeral homes across Southern England. As a 300-year-old family business, C.P.J. Field has supported thousands of families in their time of need.

The opening of the new funeral home will support the local Tring community by providing bespoke support for bereaved families during their time of need, through their first-hand expertise on the impact loneliness and social isolation can have on individuals.

Jeremy Field, Managing Director at C.P.J. Field comments: ‘We are proud to be opening our new funeral home in the heart of Tring this month. Our commitment to serving the local community is at the heart of everything we do, and we look forward to continuing our core mission of caring for the living within the Tring community. We are delighted to be working with the local florist to inject some local personality into the funeral home and hope that passers-by enjoy the wonderful display that has been created in celebration of the opening.’

Kar-Ming Yeung, Funeral Director at Heritage & Sons Tring, part of C.P.J. Field, said: ‘It’s an honour to support and become part of the local Tring community. We have been made to feel very welcome since we have moved into Church Yard, and we are looking forward to supporting and contributing to local events such as the Christmas Fair, as a part of our ongoing mission to support local communities wherever we operate.’

Members of the Tring community are invited to come and visit the new funeral home on 29 June to see the beautiful bespoke flower display created by Magnolia of Tring. There will also be tea and cake as well as an official ribbon cutting and visiting room blessing.

Photo: The Field Siblings: Emily Hendin, Jeremy Field and Charlie Field