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Benedict Funeral Directors Limited
Providing Undertaker Services to Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire from our Funeral Homes in Arlesey and Houghton Regis.
Providing Undertaker Services to Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire from our Funeral Homes in Arlesey and Houghton Regis.

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We have a video to help give you a flavour of our Benedict Funeral Directors and our values of quality, value and respect.

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New shop (and website) opening in May. Watch this space.

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If you are looking for something a little different to the traditional coffin or casket, we now supply a wide range of printed wooden and cardboard coffins, environmentally friendly coffins and even American style carved coffins.

Our website contains a gallery with hundreds of ideas for you to browse through.  As always, if you would just like to talk it through, feel free to call us.

Our new office will soon be open in Houghton Regis.

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Maria passed away peacefully on 19th March 2016. She was a wonderful mother to Elizabeth and John and grandmother to Kestell, Gabriela and Nicholas.

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Bob passed away on 8th March 2016. He was a greatly loved partner to Wendy as well as a father and grandfather. Bob had a love of VW camper vans; hence he will be taken from his family home in a VW Camper Van Hearse to Bedford Crematorium on Tuesday 29th March 2016. 

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A range of Order of Service brochures that can be provided by Benedict Funeral Directors is now available on our website.

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Aged 53 years, a young lady in the prime of life, Sandra leaves behind her loving husband David and son Jordan. Sandra’s funeral will take place at Holy Trinity Church , Church Lane (off Maiden Street), Weston, Hertfordshire SG4 7DJ on Thursday 10th December at 2pm.
After the church service mourners are invited to join the family at Harwood Park Crematorium, Stevenage 3.30pm.

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Geoffrey Guyon Bedward passed away on 16th November 2015, aged 89 years.

He leaves behind his loving wife Diana and other family members.
Geoffrey’s funeral will take place on Friday 27th November 2015   3.15pm at The Vale Crematorium, Luton. A collection will take place after the service for those who wish to donate in his memory, all money received will go to British Heart Foundation.

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Jack, or Ringo as he was known to his friends, passed away on the 18th October 2015 at the age of 67 years. He leaves behind his loving brother Douglas and family. Ringo’s funeral took place on 18th November  2015 at Harwood Park Crematorium, Stevenage.

In his mid teens, as a Beatles fan, Jack became aware of his remarkable resemblence to Ringo Starr.  In around 1964 The Beatles Fan Club became aware of Jack, and various photo shoots ensued for magazines and the press.
Jack applied for a part in the West End show, Beatlemania, and because of his ability to play drums well and look like Ringo, he was hired immediately. The show ran for some time, and when it closed, the group took to the road as The Bootleg Beatles. They received a huge response from the media, and within months, were touring various countries.

Jack never really enjoyed touring, and missed his family and friends, so he left the band and signed up with lookalike agencies, again travelling the world, but not having to stay away for weeks on end.

He made a film in America with other lookalikes, including "Nasty Nick", John Altman from Eastenders fame, who played a very good George Harrison.

His favourite job, was being hired for a video at Pinewood Studios and being picked up in a limo and taken there from the Jackmans Estate in Letchworth.

His job was to stand in for Ringo for The Travelling Wilburys as Ringo had gone abroad, and they needed more footage for " Won't Back Down". There is actually more of Jack in the video than Ringo himself. All of the parts with "Ringo" on the Grey Pearl Ludwig drum kit are actually Jack.

He was chuffed to bits to meet George Harrison, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynn, and decided to take a 'one off' fee of £800 for the day, rather than royalties, because he thought the song was like a "Bloody nursery rhyme"; However it went on to become their most famous song!!
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