• 5 years 47 weeks ago

    Delighted to address the BIFD Conference about our QR Memories service and how we are using codes to remember loved ones. My thanks for the invitation to speak and we look forward to working with more of our colleagues around the UK.

  • 5 years 48 weeks ago

    More and more we are being asked for different ways that people can remember a loved one. Something personal to each individual. We are delighted to be working with Helen from 'Charlie & Pops' who has developed some beautiful pieces, and is now working on some cremation jewellery which will be unique to Chester Pearce and Harmony Funeral Services. We have a number of samples in our Westbourne funeral home. Please feel free to come and look.

  • 5 years 50 weeks ago

    It was a privilege to host Dr and Mrs Bray from the US last week and run two days of training for our Family Assistance Specialists. All those who attended will progress to working with our Disaster Management teams in the UK and the US, and we look forward to hosting further sessions in due course.

  • 5 years 50 weeks ago

    Our Managing Director, Stephen Nimmo was delighted to have the opportunity to address delegates at the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Managers in Scunthorpe on Monday 29th September. He spoke about our QR Memories project and was pleased that so much interest was generated amongst those present.
    It was a wonderful conference, so well organised, and he looks forward to returning next year to talk about Crisis Management.

  • 6 years 26 weeks ago

    I am delighted to announce the launch of Harmony Funeral Service. Please visit and read about this excellent new service.

  • 6 years 40 weeks ago

    Chester Pearce is delighted to have been able to assist Lewis - Manning Hospice with their tree of lights following the mindless vandalism which occurred recently. With the kind donation of new lights, Chester Pearce has shown its support by providing a star which now sits atop the tree in the park at Ashley Cross, Lower Parkstone. Please show your support by visiting the tree which is in place to remember those who have died from cancer and other illness, and the families who have been touched by the wonderful care provided by Lewis - Manning Hospice. (

  • 6 years 42 weeks ago

    Our Managing Director, Stephen Nimmo is very much looking forward to speaking at the British Association for Human Identification in Manchester on Saturday 30th November. He will be talking about the impact of disaster victims on the funeral director receiving victims for burial or cremation.

  • 6 years 43 weeks ago

    Our Managing Director was delighted to have the opportunity to present to the students at Anglia Ruskin University on Thursday. The group are studying mass fatalities at present, and Stephen gave a three hour lecture on repatriation following a multiple fatality.Stephen wishes to thank the staff and students for making him feel so welcome.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Chester Pearce has the privilege of working closely with the military when they call upon us to assist with one of their fallen comrades.

    It is during this period of the year that our thoughts naturally turn to the many service personnel and their families that we have helped at the most devastating of times. Please wear your poppy with pride and take a moment on Monday at 11am to stop what you are doing, and remember those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. We will remember them.

  • 6 years 46 weeks ago

    Lewis-Manning Hospice’s 7th annual conference ‘The End of Life, Death into Dying’, which took place at Goldsands Stadium, Bournemouth on Thursday, was hailed a resounding success by attendees who came from across Dorset and Hampshire.

    Sponsored by Chester Pearce Associates Funeral and Bereavement Service, the conference focused on those who care for patients in care homes, hospitals and hospices. The event featured a number of distinguished guest speakers including top US disaster psychologist Dr Grady Bray, who flew in from America to deliver a talk on ‘Hospice Strain’.