Shaftesbury Southern Co-operative Funeralcare Celebrates Second Birthday with Champagne, Canapes and the Community

Colleagues for The Southern Co-operative Funeralcare in Shaftesbury celebrated their second year of business with a small drinks and canapes reception with a selection of local businesses and charities.

Guests were treated to a glass or two of Bucks Fizz and a selection of foodie treats as the Funeral Co-ordinators, Suzanne Smith and Pauline Stockton, hosted the meet and greet with tours of the funeral home.

Image of Suzanne Smith, Funeral Co-ordinator for The Southern Co-operative Funeralcare in Shaftesbury.

Suzanne Smith, Funeral Co-ordinator for The Southern Co-operative Funeralcare in Shaftesbury.

Suzanne, Funeral Co-ordinator for The Southern Co-operative Funeralcare in Shaftesbury said:

“We were delighted to meet some of the local people who work hard to make a difference in our local area, including local business owners, charities and voluntary groups. We would like to thank all those who were able to attend on the evening”.

The Southern Co-operative Funeralcare homes across Dorset, including Shaftesbury, are currently looking for a local charity partner to fundraise for throughout 2016/17 as part of their ‘Love Your Neighbourhood’ community scheme.

Charities, community groups and good causes can apply to be the funeral home’s fundraising partner by visiting the funeral home or filling in the downloadable form online at: http://www.thesouthernco-operative.co.uk/makingadifference/local-partnerships/ (opens in new tab) to be returned to your local funeral home by the 14th October 2016.

Image of Canapes at Shaftesbury Southern Co-operative Funerlcare celebratory open evening.

Canapes at Shaftesbury Southern Co-operative Funerlcare celebratory open evening.