Bexhill & Sidley Branch

Bexhill & Sidley

Arthur C Towner Ltd
Audley House,
1 Albert Road
Bexhill-on-Sea
East Sussex
TN40 1DG

Tel: 01424 733 700 Email: info@towners.co.uk
Opening hours:

Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Branch Team

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Holds:

Diploma in Funeral Directing

Member of:

British Institute of Funeral Directors.

Ewan Walder

Bexhill Office Manager and Funeral Director

Ewan was born in Lewes in December 1962, the second child of John and Jan Walder. He enjoyed a happy childhood in the company of his three siblings in Uckfield and Bexhill and attend school at The Downs Secondary Modern. Four years at Art School followed and then a career in photography lasting 27 years found Ewan enjoying the delights of Butlins, cruise liners, studios in London and Hastings and finally his own premises in St Leonards-on-Sea.

Ewan married his childhood sweetheart Ghislaine in 1989 and they have two daughters, Harriet (a midwife at The Conquest Hospital) and Eleanor (a graphic designer at the premier Funeral directors in the South of England). They also have a brown miniature dachshund called Duncan and a miniature schnauzer called Finley.

Ewan enjoys punk rock music and gigs, art and photography and poddling around on his aged Harley. He attributes his magnificent physique to his love of Belgium lager and the cuisine of the Orient.

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Holds:

Diploma in Funeral Arranging

Anita Curtis

Funeral Director

Anita’s first experience within the funeral industry was working at  Eastbourne Crematorium. Moving on from there, she became a Funeral Arranger / Conductor within a small independent funeral directors in Eastbourne. During her time there she gained valuable experience. She then had the opportunity to take up her current position as Funeral Director with Towners.

Anita is extremely passionate about her responsibilities and believes it is very important to ensure every individual is treated with compassion, care and dignity.

She is a mum to two grown up daughters and is a very proud Nana. Since her own children flew the nest she is now ‘human mummy’ to her two fur babies, Eric and Elsie the Maltese Terriers. She says she is (and so are they!) extremely lucky to be able to bring them to work every day. They love it and so do many visitors!

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Penny Kirkham

Reception

Penny says that, being the receptionist at Bexhill, she meets some lovely people at a time when they are extremely vulnerable.  She hopes that in some small way she can help them during this incredibly difficult time.  She also administers the "In Memoriam" donations and knows how appreciative the charities are for these much needed funds.

Penny and her husband moved to Bexhill in 2009.  They enjoyed two wonderful years, making the most of walks along the beach, before receiving the devastating news that he had terminal cancer.  John sadly died in 2012 just a few months after Penny's dear mother.  She says the loss of two of the most important people in her life was enormous and that she is eternally grateful to her family and friends who persevered with their kind and loving support.

Penny finishes by saying, "I am so lucky to have the most amazing family and I’m a very proud grandmother of four gorgeous grandsons."

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Pauline Boswell

Receptionist

Pauline moved to Hastings when she was 12 years old after living in Tenterden, Kent. She now lives in the lovely town of Bexhill on-sea with her husband and son.

She started working for Towners in July 2018, having previously worked for South East Coast Ambulance Service as an Emergency Care Support Worker for 12 years.

When she is not working she enjoys some of her time going out with her husband on the back of his motorbike. She has a passion for cooking, but also likes to eat out. She enjoys holidays in this country and abroad: she says it is lovely to see what the rest of the world has to offer and loves experiencing the different cultures.

She has two children and is very proud to be a nanny to gorgeous grandchildren.

Directions

From the West on the A259 (Brighton to Bexhill Road):
Stay on the A259 until the junction with the A269 (London Road) which is controlled by traffic lights. Turn right into London Road. Go down London Road and left into Town Hall Square (Sainsburys store in front of you). Go round the Square so that you pass Sainsburys on your left, over the zebra crossing and turn left into Sackville Road. At the traffic lights turn left into Western Road. At the end of Western Road turn right into Devonshire Road and first right again into Parkhurst Road. Our premises are on the left, on the corner of Parkhurst Road and Albert Road. We have on-site parking for clients.

From the East on the A259 (Hastings to Bexhill Road):
Come into Bexhill from St Leonards. Take the second exit at the roundabout into De La Warr Road (leaving the McDonald's restaurant on your left). After ½ mile take the slip road to the left before the traffic lights (Dorset Road). At the bottom, turn right into Madgalen Road (car showroom in front of you). Magdalen Road ends in a T junction. At the T junction turn left into Sea Road and then third right into St Leonards Road (second right is no entry). Go to the end of St Leonards Road and turn left into Devonshire Road. Then turn first right into Parkhurst Road. Our premises are on the left, on the corner of Parkhurst Road and Albert Road. We have on-site parking for clients