A Celebration of Life
At Lyndhurst House
Nestled in the heart of Leek, Staffordshire, Sigley’s Funeral Venue stands as a tranquil and accommodating space designed to offer solace and comfort during the most poignant of gatherings. Our intimate venue, with seating for up to 60 people, provides a warm and inviting atmosphere for memorial services, celebrations of life, and farewells that honor the unique journey of each individual.
With its tasteful décor, subdued lighting, and attentive staff, Sigley’s Funeral Venue ensures that every gathering is a reflection of the life being commemorated—a place where memories are cherished, stories are shared, and heartfelt tributes find their voice. In this serene setting, we are dedicated to providing families with a dignified space where they can come together to remember, support one another, and find solace in their collective memories.
Our intimate venue for funeral services has a seating capacity for up to 60 guests.
Freshly refurbished and extended during spring 2020, we welcome you to view our venue and facilities by appointment.
We work closely with religious and none religious ministers to provide a personal and touching service for your loved one.
Perhaps no minister is necessary and you wish to deliver tributes as a family, the choice is up to you.
A Celebration Of Life
Some families feel that a large setting does not fit their requirements and a smaller venue provides a much desired intimacy at such a difficult time.
Those wishing for a none religious service followed by a local burial may also wish to choose lyndhurst house as an option.
Our function rooms, bathrooms and car parking
are all situated on the ground level, allowing great accessibility for disabled and elderly guests.
Our 18 bay car park to the rear of Lyndhurst House allows ample car parking for guests attending the service.
Refreshments can be provided before and after the service.
From coffee and croissant’s for morning services to our traditional Afternoon Tea, our catering team is on hand to listen and deliver.
Read Celebrant Steve Game-Blackmoor’s blog post about funeral services at Lyndhurst House here.