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G. Seller Supportive Of ‘Jack’s Law’

The UK is to introduce ‘Jack’s Law’ in April, the new legal right to paid parental bereavement. Essentially, parents who suffer the devastating loss of a child will be entitled to 2 weeks’ statutory leave when the legislation comes into effect. The Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Regulations, which will be known as Jack’s Law Read more…


Service Recognition For Joe

As a business we are fortunate to have some fantastic staff who work with us and it is always great to be able to recognise their endeavours. Today we recognise a real achievement by our dedicated Funeral Director, Joe Clarke-Ferridge who is presented with his 10 year service award. As Joseph Barsby, Managing Director at Read more…

Service Recognition For Kevin

As a business we are fortunate to have some fantastic staff who work with us and it is always great to be able to recognise their endeavours. Today we are delighted to be able to recognise a real achievement by our Senior Funeral Director, Kevin Draper who has just completed 15 years of service with Read more…

Service Recognition For Rhonda

As we enter into the new year G. Seller are delighted to be able to give recognition to another long standing member of staff for their service. Rhonda Astill, Operations Director at G. Seller has been recognised with an award for her 15 years of loyal service to the business, in which time she has Read more…

Alison Joins The G. Seller Family

Alison Wormleighton is the newest addition to the G. Seller family and will be providing more support for people when they need it most. Alison is joining the team as part of the Bereavement Support service that is being put together. The Bereavement Support programme has been launched as a service to the community, making Read more…

‘Tis The Season

G. Seller puts the community at the heart of what it does and is delighted to be sponsoring a tree as part of the Christmas Tree Festival at St. Mary’s Church in Hinckley which takes place from Friday 29th until Sunday 1st December this year. The annual festival is supported by local businesses and individuals Read more…

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is a memorial day that is observed in Commonwealth member states throughout the world. It is a day of remembrance that has taken place since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces, emergency services and civilians who have died in the line of duty. Remembrance Read more…

The Flower Of Remembrance

Ever since the conclusion of the First World War the poppy has become an important symbol of Remembrance. During the First World War (1914–1918) much of the fighting took place in Western Europe in areas of countryside that was picturesque and beautiful. The First World War changed the landscape dramatically as the warring factions fought Read more…

An Iconic Poem Of Remembrance

In early May 1915, shortly after losing a friend in Ypres during World War 1, a Canadian doctor, Lt Col John McCrae was inspired by the sight of poppies that were growing in the bleak and battered landscape of war to write a now famous poem called ‘In Flanders Fields’. It has become a poem Read more…

Supporting The ‘Big Weekend’

The Broughton Astley ‘Big Christmas Weekend’ is back for 2019 and G. Seller are delighted to be a sponsor and supporting the 2019 event. Events being planned include: The Broughton Astley Christmas Fayre takes place on Main Street on Saturday 7th December between 4.00 and 7.30 with the Christmas Lights being switched on at 5:00pm. Read more…