Privacy Policy

C J Williams (Lawley) Privacy Policy – in compliance with UK Data Protection Laws

As a natural process of taking your instructions and arranging a memorial stone, or a funeral plan, we inevitably share your personal details with trusted third parties who are directly concerned with making these important arrangements happen, seamlessly and according to plan. They are integral to our work and we place our trust in them.

Examples of such persons:

  • Clergy – so that they may check the application against churchyard regulations and may contact you about the memorial
  • Cemeteries including natural burial grounds
  • The rightful owner of land where a memorial may be erected
  • Memorial masons – to discuss and plan a new memorial or additional  memorial masonry work
  • Funeral Plan providers

This list is not exhaustive, and is meant only to illustrate the types of agencies that we pass your name, address, telephone numbers and email address to; so that they may contact you personally. We never sell any information to third parties.

All of these agencies have agreed to securely hold information that they receive from us about you – and, where applicable, to delete or destroy this information unless it is held securely.

In most cases, you will not hear from these agencies when the current business is completed. An exception might be; clergy or cemetery officials contacting you about a matter relating to your memorial.

Simon and Louise Williams

- Testimonials -

Dear David and staff, We as a family would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the care and attention to detail you have shown to us. We have been extremely impressed and has made a difficult time much easier. The care and compassion has been exemplary and for that we are extremely grateful.