Hill Winifred Boyd 25th July 2021 (peacefully) at Prospect Private Nursing Home, formerly of Tullymore Dale Broughshane and Cushendall Rd Ballymena. Much loved wife of the late Robert James (Bertie), … [Read More...]
PART OF THE COMMUNITY
A fifth generation family owned business, James Henry Funeral Services have been serving the community in Ballymena since 1892.
We are pleased to support Broughshane Waterfowl Park.
The park, is one of only two places in the world where all seven species of swan can be found.
Volunteers from the Broughshane Village teamed together in 2010 and turned a derelict pond with a large area of swampland into a fantastic habitat for ornamental wildfowl.
Pictured are Mr Sam Henry and Mr John Robinson, on behalf of James Henry Funeral Services, who had the pleasure of visiting the park and meeting with Mr Trevor Dunlop, Chairperson, Eleanor Haywood, Treasurer and Mr Gary Haywood, Committee Member.
Guidelines for making a donation in lieu of flowers
Unfortunately, we cannot take card payments for donations.
We can accept cheques made payable to the charity directly, or, to James Henry Funeral Services.
Cash donations should be accompanied with the names of the deceased and the name and address of the donator.
If the donations are to be divided between a number of charities, cheques must be made payable to James Henry Funeral Services. The donations can then be divided as per family wishes.
Due to COVID-19 there are significant changes with regards to arranging funerals and public gatherings at funeral services.
For the wellbeing and safety of all, the following advice is given:
- • The number of people at a funeral is determined by a risk assessment where the funeral is to take place.
- • Some cemeteries still have restrictions.
These are uncertain times for us all but we will continue to provide our professional and caring assistance.
Any queries please contact our office on 02825652456.
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR CREMATIONS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC FROM TUESDAY 6th JULY 2021
In response to the ongoing review of Coronavirus Regulations by the Department of Health (Northern Ireland) and the updated Funeral Director Guidance for Managing Funerals, Belfast City Council has completed a further review of the restrictions currently in place for cremations at the City of Belfast Crematorium.
In light of that review, from Tuesday 6th July 2021, it will be possible to permit a short indoor committal service (maximum of 15 minutes) to be held within the Crematorium Chapel. It must be emphasised that it will be only possible to currently have a short committal service and therefore we would encourage families to seek to hold fuller funeral services at other appropriate venues.
In accordance with the Department of Health guidance, and following a risk assessment at the City of Belfast Crematorium, they can accommodate up to a maximum number of twenty eight (28) mourners within the Crematorium Chapel. This limit means the mourners can be safely accommodated within our Chapel facility with mitigating factors in place that will reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission including appropriate social distancing measures and the wearing of face coverings as required by the regulations.
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James Henry Funeral Services, Ballymena
Craig Mary Ann (Marion) 26th July 2021 peacefully at hospital, late of Innisfree Residential Home, formerly of 49 Braidwater Gardens Broughshane. Much loved wife of the late William, loving … [Read More...]
Ramsey John, 9 Woodcroft Chase, Ballymena (suddenly but peacefully) at hospital on 24th July 2021. Much loved husband of Anne, loving father of Christopher, Judith, Catherine and David, a dear … [Read More...]
McKnight William (Billy) 21st July 2021, peacefully at Ailsa Lodge Nursing Home, Bangor, formerly of Slemish Court and Grangegorm Drive Ballymena. Beloved husband of the late Peggy. A family … [Read More...]
McQuillan William (Billy) 14th July 2021, at hospital, late of 11 Camphill Park Ballymena and Seven Mile Straight Antrim. A family service will be held in Henry’s Funeral Parlour 100 Broughshane … [Read More...]
McCue Annie Ellis (nee Gibson) 11th July 2021 (peacefully) at Prospect Private Nursing Home, formerly of Parade Rd and Cloughwater Rd. Ballymena. Dearly loved wife of the late Jim, loving mother of … [Read More...]