About John Nodes Funeral Service
John Nodes Funeral Service is a long-established London funeral service with branches in North Kensington, Kensal Rise, Cricklewood and Harlesden, some of which have served their communities since 1828.
Perhaps our proudest moment was to be asked by HM Government to bring the remains of the Unknown Warrior back from France after the First World War, for burial in Westminster Abbey on 11 November 1920.
The teams at our North Kensington, Kensal Rise, Cricklewood and Harlesden funeral homes will provide advice at every stage of the funeral planning process, and will arrange an individual and unique funeral to help you celebrate the life of your loved one.
Here at John Nodes Funeral Services we also offer an affordable prepaid funeral plan, Choice, so that you can arrange and pay for a funeral in advance. This will protect your family from rising costs and remove uncertainty about your wishes.
If you would like to talk to us about planning a funeral, or our Choice plan, please come and see us in any of our funeral homes, or if you’d rather we can arrange a home visit. We’re also available 24 hours a day on the phone so if you need anything please don’t hesitate to call your local funeral home.
Meet the Team
Funeral Director – North Kensington
Robin joined John Nodes in May 2001 after a long career in the travel industry. After many talks with an assistant priest at his parish church he joined the team. He describes it as the best career change he ever made. He said after having great personal contact with the public over the years this seemed a natural progression.
Robin offers a sympathetic approach to his clients’ needs: listening; advising; and with them, creating a funeral that suits all their needs.
He lives above the Ladbroke Grove branch, so is well-known in the area, and is proud to say that many families recommend John Nodes and use them many times to arrange other funerals of their loved ones.
Funeral Arranger – North Kensington (Ladbroke Grove)
Hayley joined John Nodes in July 2014 and her family have worked for John Nodes for at least two generations. When the opportunity presented itself to work for the branch she was more than happy to make it her career choice.
Hayley is an excellent listener, warm and welcoming and committed to each individual family that requires her assistance. Living locally enables Hayley to have a better understanding of the community she serves.
Her work involves liaising closely with different clergy and community groups within a very diverse community, which allows her to have a wide and varied knowledge of different cultural and religious needs. In her down time, Hayley enjoys socialising with friends and family.
We take pride in everything we do. Our aim is that everyone who works for Funeral Partners shares our values.
Our business exists to help the bereaved to make fitting arrangements for their loved one’s last journey and to provide lasting memories for family and friends.
We do this with a positive, caring and understanding approach.
Respect for everyone
We value diversity and treat everyone with the same respect, courtesy and dignity.
We are a professional organisation and we strive to achieve the highest possible standards in everything we do and to improve upon these standards continuously.
We accept responsibility for our actions both as a company and as individuals.
We believe that we can only achieve our goals by working together in partnership with client families, suppliers and our employees.
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