J. Brown Funeral Services
Proud to be Amersham's Independent Family Funeral Director
J Brown Funeral Services Ltd are a family owned and run funeral directors, serving Amersham and all surrounding areas 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
As a small independent company we have the flexibility to tailor a funeral package to be exactly as you want it unlike the larger firms.
Jason is in the office to greet and make service arrangements but if it is more convenient, he is happy to come to you. Jason will be there for you every step of the way and will also be there on the day to conduct the funeral and make sure everything goes exactly the way you want it to.
Losing a loved one can be a harrowing experience, Jason, his family and his trained staff not only take care of your loved one with the upmost dignity and respect, we ensure you receive the highest level of guidance, care and support during this most challenging time.
Chiltern Toy Bank
It's been a busy year for us at J Brown Funeral Services so it was nice to be in a position to buy some toys for the Chiltern Toy Bank.
Chiltern Toy Bank is a fantastic cause, they provides help to struggling families in the community at Christmas time.
Here we go again!
After raising £520 for Scannappeal back in June this time we are taking on the Mud Pack Challenge raising much needed funds for the Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted. The Mud Pack challenge is 5 miles of muddy, wet fun as we slide, swing, wade and crawl to tackle natural, man-made, and military-style obstacles around the stunning private grounds of Ashridge House. The Hospice of St Francis is a charity that provides free care and support for patients, families and carers affected by cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, offering medical care, practical advice and emotional support.
We did it!
It was a cold windy afternoon and the last thing we wanted to do was spend it wading chest deep through muddy water, but we did it! And what a lot of fun it was too.
Thank you to all who sponsored us. With your help Ana and Jason raised £425 for this fantastic Hospice.