Here to help you in your hour of need.

We are everything anyone could wish for from a thoughtful and caring traditional family funeral service.

Meet The Team

We are very proud of our staff and they tell us they are proud to work for Cromer and District Independent Funeral Services.  Our Funeral Directors have more than a 78 years of experience between them.

We offer both a male and female Funeral Director and if you would prefer your loved one to be dressed and cared for by either a male or a female, this would be possible – you only need to ask.

Our team of Chauffeur/Bearers set standards for funerals that are second to none.  They come from varied backgrounds and include an ex forces, ex emergency services to name a few.  All share the common aims to ensure that the deceased are treated with dignity and respect at all times and that each funeral runs smoothly and with the utmost attention to the wishes of the family.

Mr Adrian Amis -Funeral Director

Adrian joined the team in June 2004 bringing with him 13 years of experience of working within the funeral profession. Adrian has worked and trained his way up from initially being a funeral operant, funeral arranger and now the Funeral Director. He has followed in the footsteps of his late grandad Mr Jimmy Mallett who had once owned Foxes funeral services in Cromer and  more recently his father Leslie.

With almost 30 years living in Cromer, Adrian has many connections to the local community and lives in the town .

Mrs Zoe Mitchell – Funeral Director

Zoe joined the team in 2010 having previously trained as an F.D. at Lloyd Durham Funeral Services, High Kelling. Prior to that she owned her own Nursey school in Briston.

Zoe is married to Steve and has 2 children. She is very much a country girl at heart, having been brought up on the family farm. She now breeds pedigree milking goats as a hobby, showing them at country shows and making goat’s milk hand cream which she sells at farmers markets.

She is a hard working person with a mature attitude who is fully aware that care, compassion and the ability to absorb other people’s bereavement without it affecting her requires a very special personality. She is able to deal with people of all ages from a variety of social backgrounds and complex needs and has an understanding and acceptance of different religious beliefs and of other people with no belief.

Zoe is involved in all areas of the funeral profession from the initial call to arranging and conducting the funeral. Her role also includes supporting her colleges at all times and organising their work load.