8.30am - 5.30pm Wednesday to Friday
Founded by James Walding in 1906, Walding & Son, the local family owned Funeral Directors in Uxbridge, has been helping and advising local families for over 100 years.
We know that organising a funeral can seem like a daunting task, especially when we find ourselves having to make difficult decisions at a time of loss and bereavement, when we feel least able to manage.
You can trust Walding & Son to guide you through every step of the journey. We take great pride in being able to offer a 24 hour service, 365 days a year, providing advice on what needs to be done and by whom.
As part of the Lodge Brothers family who has over 230 years of experience, we have encountered nearly every situation. Our full downloadable ‘Guide to Arranging A Funeral’ has been prepared to give you an outline of the actions required by executors and others when planning a funeral, as well as giving you information on the wide range of services we offer.
Everyone is an individual, and there are many options available to help you create a meaningful, memorable and personal funeral day that honours the deceased.
If you prefer, our funeral arranger can visit you at home to discuss the arrangements.
Dear Suzette, Just to say a big ‘Thank You’ for all your help & kindness at the sad loss of our lovely *****. Everything you organised was 100% – from the moment we left my house to the end of the wonderful service in the chapel. Over 50 people were present, though not everyone stayed for the ‘Wake’ and they all said what a beautiful service Colin did. In fact people were asking whether we knew Colin as a ‘friend’ as he put so much feeling into his speech on *****. Thank you once again for helping to make the day so very special
Many thanks for all you have done re my sister. Her funeral was conducted IMPECCABLY – well done.
The following service at St Mary’s Denham was full of relatives and many friends, some from afar, which shows how much Nancy was loved. We have recently visited *****’s plaque which is fine. My sister didn’t want any fuss, but having lived so long in Denham, my wife and I thought she should have something to be remembered by. Many thanks for all you have done