It was a pleasure to attend the British Institute of Funeral Directors annual conference where students received their diploma in funeral service, the highest funeral service award achievable within the funeral profession. Clive is one of only six tutors in the United Kingdom, who is always proud of students achievements after all the hard work they have put in.
On September 27th 2018 Clive was pleased to attend the certificate presentation for the diploma in funeral service, in which two of his students passed with flying colours.
Photograph left to right Michael Dolby, Clive Pearson, Alan Puxley (National president institution of funeral directors) and David Hamilton.
Starting out life as a joiners and undertakers in the 1920s. Pearsons funeral service continues to grow and evolve as its 100th year of trading draws near.
We understand only too well the need to provide the very best for the families that we serve therefore, we have updated our fleet with a pair of Jaguar vehicles, a hearse and matching limousines.
September 5th was a special day for the Parish of Christ the King, Meltham. The instillation of the new vicar Rev. John Dracup took place in a heart-warming ceremony at St. bartholomew’s Church, Meltham. The Bishop of Huddersfield Jonathan Gibbs led the service to a full congregation.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Rev. John and his lovely family and hope they settle in well to our village life.
The weekend of 30th June saw the Slaithwaite Philharmonic Orchestra season finale of Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street performed at the Huddersfield Town Hall over 2 days. The performance exceeded everyone’s expectations with the local news quoting “ A live spectacle to go down in Town Hall History” .
Clive has played in the orchestra from the age of 11 and was the youngest ever player in Orchestra until his sister broke the record at the age of 10!! Today Clive enjoys playing on the 1st desk of Double Bass.