Office hours: 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday. Visiting Times: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm by appointment only.

Private Chapel of Rest

At our funeral home, we have a private chapel where you are welcome to arrange a visit to take a moment in peace with your loved one before the funeral service. To arrange your visit, please contact us.

Visiting the private chapel of rest

We understand that visiting the chapel is a completely personal choice. There are normally a few weeks between the death and the funeral service. Our chapel provides the option to visit your loved one to bid a private farewell.

You may decide that you do not want to visit, as you would rather remember your loved one from memories of when they were alive. However, it may be something you feel you must do which will help you to accept the death and come to terms with your loss. For some, they just wish for a few more moments with their loved one. Whatever you decide to do, we are here to support you with your decision.

How do I make an appointment?

To arrange a visit to the chapel of rest, please contact us detailing when you are available to visit. We will confirm your appointment and give you further information about your visit. Please note that all visitations must be arranged in advance. Appointments are made during office hours; however, we can sometimes offer out of hours viewings if required. For more information, please contact us.

What happens when I visit?

Your loved one will be laid peacefully in the room, within a coffin or casket and dressed in either gowns or clothes that you have requested that they wear. We can also place religious signs, photos or other personal effects in the room upon your request. You are welcome to sit for as long as you need to, and our caring team are always on hand to offer support if you need it.

Contact David L Evans & Son

If you would like more information about our chapel of rest in Tonypandy or need to arrange an appointment, then please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to support you through these uncertain times.

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