15th October 2019
We are delighted to have been announced as winners of the Funeral Planner of the Year 2019 award for the South Midlands Region. In honour of our achievement 10 trees have been dedicated to Devall & Son in Uffmoor Wood, West Midlands. We are pleased to win this award and look forward to continue supporting families in our local area.
7th October 2019
We are delighted to announce that our first Macmillan Coffee Morning was a hit and we managed to raise an outstanding £854.94 for such a worthy cause. Our thanks go out to all who supported the event and to those who attended on the day. The support in the local community has been fantastic and we look forward to seeing everyone again for our next Macmillan Coffee Morning.
20th September 2019
This year we will be hosting our first Coffee Morning’s to raise much needed money for Macmillan Cancer Support. We will be holding our Coffee Morning’s at both of our Nuneaton and Coventry offices on Friday 27th September, at 10:00 am – 1:30pm. Macmillan provides much needed financial, physical and emotional support for people living with cancer, that is why we have decided to host our Coffee Morning’s to raise money so everyone can get the help they need. All are welcome to help us raise money for such a worthy cause. Tea, Coffee and Cake will be available for a small donation, we look forward to opening our doors and welcoming in our community for this event.
27th April 2017
It is with immense pride that we are able to announce the opening of our new funeral home in Radford, Coventry on Tuesday 2nd May
4th March 2016
As members of the Coventry Guild of Funeral Directors we are supporting a local campaign to highlight and address the lack of burial space in the Nuneaton area.
Devall and Son are honoured to have been asked to sponsor the Mary Ann Evans 25th Anniversary ‘Diamonds and Black Charity Ball’.
Devall and Son Funeral Directors will be approaching their anniversary in June, 2016. They have been serving the bereaved in the community of Nuneaton and surrounding areas for 30 years.
20th November 2011