Doncaster stonemason’s chapel plans

Dave Woolas, of Doncaster and District Independent Funeral Services; Anne Buckley, sales and marketing director at Tyas and Tyas owner J Rotherham; and John Hyland, Tyas and Tyas branch manager.
Dave Woolas, of Doncaster and District Independent Funeral Services; Anne Buckley, sales and marketing director at Tyas and Tyas owner J Rotherham; and John Hyland, Tyas and Tyas branch manager.
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DONCASTER stone mason Tyas and Tyas Memorials is building a chapel of rest to mark a new partnership with one of the town’s best known funeral directors.

The business has teamed up with Dave Woolas, owner of Doncaster and District Independent Funeral Services, to create Tyas and Tyas Bereavement and Funeral Services offering funerals, memorials and even counselling services at its Bawtry Road shop.

The chapel of rest forms part of a wider programme of development at Tyas and Tyas which will see the creation of quiet spaces for reflection and contemplation and a library filled with books about the grieving process.