Waterside Funeral Home

Owning Company: Funeral Partners Ltd
We are a funeral director in Southampton , United Kingdom dedicated to helping your family when in need. For more information please contact us.
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Simple Funerals
For clients requiring a simple funeral with minimal professional services and limited options. The simple funeral will be provided and the hearse will take the deceased to the nearest cemetery or crematorium.
Personal Funerals
This option allows you to personalise the funeral and add additional items. Your funeral director can offer advice and guidance.
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Our Address
191-195 Long Lane


3.4 stars out of 5 reviews
a year ago
After my Grandmother passed away, Lynne at Waterside Funeral Home was really great at helping us organise the funeral. Nothing was too much trouble and helped us each step of the way. On the day everything went as planned and nan had a great send off.
william cawkill via Google
2 years ago
Compassionate, friendly and professional. From the moment we picked up the phone we were looked after every single step of the way. Thank you so much for all you have done, we are extremely grateful. Alan, Matthew and Paul
Paul Gutteridge via Google
a year ago
Kind caring and compassionate. Everything went well on the day.
lynda andrews via Google
2 years ago
I called this funeral home after my son passed away at 13 days old, agreed that I would use them for his care and his funeral service. Was advised that he’d been collected from the hospital on the Friday, but wouldn’t be able to see him until the week after, which at the time was ok because I found peace in knowing my little boy was just around ...
Sascha Lucas via Google
2 years ago
Please don't use these, poor service! Hesitant to respond to their feedback form, coming in to see your loved one is about as much of a faff as booking to see the doctor and even then you may get let down, it's understanding that every business needs to make money but when it comes across like they're trying to get rid of old stock, not taking t...
Daniel Vaughan via Google