Proud to be at your service at a most difficult time
Due to current circumstances (Covid-19) Church services are no longer permitted.
We have been advised that only 10 family members should attend the services of committal at West Dunbartonshire & East Dunbartonshire Cemeteries. Cemeteries owned by Glasgow City Council will permit 20.
Clydebank Crematorium , North Dalnottar & Glasgow Crematorium , Maryhill will allow a maximum of 10 mourners to attend but families will be unable to act as pallbearers and social distancing must be practised at all times. Daldowie & Linn Crematorium are allowing a maximum of 20 mourners.
Please note that we are unable to provide Limousines at this time.
This situation is changing on a daily basis and we will endeavour to keep you updated.
At J & T McColgan we offer a service built on many decades of experience. We are a family business which has proudly and sensitively served the local community and beyond for over 80 years.
Please contact us by telephone on 0141 941 0700 or 0141 237 5521 at ANY time of day.
We understand the sorrow and grief of bereavement and we appreciate that you want the love you shared in life to be reflected in the final arrangements. The funeral and laying to rest is the final act of care and there are no second chances. That is why we dedicate ourselves to your every need in the days of preparation.
At home or in the funeral home we offer advice and guidance as required, making the arrangements in accordance with your wishes and respecting any previously expressed wishes of your loved one. Whether your choice is for a time-honoured funeral in the religious tradition or a highly personalised secular service we can outline the many options available.
As a genuinely independent firm we are not responsible to shareholders or anonymous directors. From the moment you contact us we will do everything possible to accommodate your wishes. Your concerns become our concerns. Our only boast is that we are completely at your service. As Funeral Directors, it is our privilege to advise and support you in the difficult days that follow the death of a loved one.