At T Allen Funeral services we are dedicated to ensuring that we give your loved one a send off that they deserve. A really important part of that send off is to ensure that their final journey is truly personalised to them and the life they led.
We have a professional and sophisticated fleet of funeral vehicles available for the funeral procession, which consists of two hearses and three matching limousines, finished in black or grey. These are a traditional vehicle option and very popular amongst our customers as they are perfect for a smart but modest send off.
However, if you’re looking for an alternative option, we can also provide a Land Rover hearse, and a Daimler hearse.
The Land Rover is a stand alone vehicle, ideal for those who had a love of the outdoors and adventure, or those just looking for something a little different. This vehicle has been converted to make it a safe option for a respectful last journey.
We also have a Daimler hearse available at our funeral homes in Medway. A Daimler hearse is the funeral car that is used most widely throughout the funeral industry, and the most recognised funeral car. We are proud that our very own Daimler Hearse has a great amount of history, first being used for the funeral of Princess Margaret in 2002, at St. George’s Chapel, in the grounds of Windsor Castle. If class and elegance are what you are looking for to honour your loved one, then this would be the perfect fit.
We are pleased to say that we are also able to supply beautiful horse drawn carriages for the funeral procession, via Cooks Carriages. This offers a more traditional way to say goodbye to your loved one. They have 9 black hearses and 2 white hearses available, 6 of which are originals. These can be pulled by either a pair, or a team of 4 or 6 horses. To find out more information please visit www.cookscarriages.co.uk.
For more information on our fleet, or to discuss which vehicle would best suit your needs, please get in contact with one of our helpful team members today.
The Historic Daimler Hearse