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Lyndon M. Leeson Funeral Directors

Your Independent Funeral Service in the Worth Valley

We are a long established independent family run business here to help in your time of need. With a warm, friendly and sensitive manner. We offer a genuine personal service.

Although located in the beautiful village of Oakworth we in fact serve a much larger area including Keighley, Oakworth, Cross Roads, Oxenhope, Haworth, Stanbury, Oldfield and the Worth Valley.

George Whitaker started joinery and undertaking at our present premises in Oakworth in 1927 he was joined by Maurice Leeson in 1936. In 1947 with my father Maurice Leeson and Norman Feather bought the business from Mr Whitaker and name the new company Feather & Leeson.

Maurice continued to run the firm after the death of Mr Feather in 1959. He was then joined by his son Lyndon when he left school at the age of sixteen. Lyndon learned a great deal from his father who sadly passed away in February 2002. From that point on Lyndon became a full time funeral director now trading as Lyndon M. Leeson still carrying on the good name his father built up over the years. It is often said in most professions there is no replacement for experience and none more so than the funeral service

We offer a 24-hour caring service with that personal touch. We normally meet in the comfort of your own home with the support of your family, but our premises are also available if preferred. We will arrange as much or as little as you wish.

Our service respects the deceased and takes care of the coffin, bearers, cremation/burial bookings, all documentation, cars, ministers, church, organists, donations, hymn sheets, flowers, paper notices, catering, memorials, in fact your only immediate concern is to register the death (transport is offered for those in need), inform family members and see to private personal matters. Please ask for any information you require.

Contact Details
The Old Stables
51 Bridge Street,
Keighley, West Yorkshire
BD22 7PX

Tel: 01535 643233


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