Month: November 2018

Old Photos of Albert Street

We’ve been having a look through some very old photos today and came across these, showing the corner of George Street and Albert Street. The second photo shows what is now the Samaritans building. There was a brewery to the right and behind these buildings where Humphris Funerals now stands. We’ve also added a photo… Read more »


The new Weeping Cross in Bodicote

  On Saturday 10th November Martin Moss, Memorial Manager at Humphris Funerals attended the unveiling by Vice Chairman of the Parish Council, Nigel Buttler, of the new Weeping Cross in Bodicote. Martin had project managed throughout the planning and construction of the cross. The replica, consisting of 6 steps and a round shaft with a… Read more »


Phase 3 of Redecoration Underway

The 3rd and final phase of our redecoration works are underway! The aim is to have them completed in time for our Christmas Carol service on Thursday 13th December which will take place in our service chapel at 7pm. We will post more photos once the work has finished so you will be able to… Read more »


Visit to the Banbury Museum

On Tuesday 6th November Martin Humphris attended Banbury Museum to see how the new Pye Gallery is progressing. This new gallery gives 40% more floor space and therefore will enable Banbury Museum to hosts exhibitions from the larger museums, with the first being pop art from The Victoria and Albert Museum, and each exhibition will… Read more »