Welcome to

What Next?

Read our guide to learn what happens, and what you need to do, when someone dies.

Arranging the funeral

We can help guide you through your options and help you make the important decisions.

Funeral Costs

We offer a wide range of services to suit, and take care of all the administration for you.

If someone has died and you need immediate assistance,
contact us on 01457 237387

MOSS are here to support and guide you, we will give you our personal attention from the first call and be there for you every step of the way.  We operate a 24 hour call out service to respond to your call.  We will welcome you to discuss arrangements at our facility on High Street West, Glossop or at your home if preferred at a time to suit you.

We offer competitively priced funerals and appreciate that funerals are personal to every individual.  At MOSS we will endeavour to keep you informed of costs along the way. All our funeral packages meet the National Federation of Funeral Directors (NFFD) ‘Fair Price Charter’ and we have signed the ‘Fair Funeral Pledge’.

We work hard to reach the highest standards and will never compromise the quality of our service and care to your family. Whether you want a traditional funeral or something totally unique we are on hand to meet your requirements.

We serve all the local areas especially Glossop, Hadfield, Hayfield, Hollinworth, Padfield, Mottram all areas of Tameside and the High Peak such as Buxton, Dove Holes, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whaley Bridge, Furness Vale, Buxworth, Chinley, New Mills, and the Hope Valley.

It’s difficult to write a review about a sad event, the usual words don’t really work. Moss were a really lovely company to do business with at the most difficult time. Tom acted efficiently but sensitively, giving us a sense of reassurance that everything was being properly organised. Sheila acted as celebrant for my dad and created an amazingly personal and beautifully crafted ‘service’. After gentle discussion with the family, Sheila captured the essence of my dad’s life. People still comment that they were so touched by Sheila’s words and that it was just the ‘best’ funeral they’d ever attended. Not the right words I know.