Independent and family-run, Turnbulls offers a wide range of high quality and chauffeured funeral vehicles to suit your requirements, from classic cars and hearses to something different.
One of our early COVID19 safety measures was to stop use of limousines for families.
We are now pleased to say we have been able to install a custom made “hygiene screen” which separates passengers and the driver for mutual safety.
This now allows us to offer our luxury limousines for up to six members of the same household for funerals.
Many families appreciate not having to drive on such a difficult day, think about parking, or simply add a bit of comfort as they accompany a loved one on their final journey.
Every vehicle is maintained to a very high standard and offers flawless transport for all styles of funeral.
For many people, the first choice of funeral vehicle is a traditional Jaguar or Daimler hearse. Our fleet of beautiful Wilcox designed hearses have been hand-built to offer the most dignified approach to and from a funeral service.
Turnbulls can also provide limousines, horse-drawn carriages and a range of alternative vehicles.
Our special private ambulance enables us to take the deceased into our care in a discrete and respectful manner.
The traditional funeral format sees the hearse being followed by limousines that carry the chief mourners. Turnbulls can provide chauffeured limousines so that you do not need to worry about driving, parking and arriving at the funeral on time.
If you would like to transport mourners in a different format or you are looking for extra cars please discuss your requirements with our staff. The funeral arrangements can be wholly personalised.
Each vehicle is equipped with an umbrella in case of wet weather.
It goes without saying that we will be delighted to offer assistance to elderly or disabled passengers getting in and out of our vehicles.
Please give our friendly and experience staff a call today to discuss your funeral requirements, including your choice of vehicle.
Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadfull, for, thou art not so, For, those, whom thou think'st, thou dost overthrow, Die not, poore death, nor yet canst thou kill me.
– John Donne (1572-1631) –