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Derick Wilson, business development manager at Ulster Bank, with Norman McBriar and siblings Mark McBriar and Donna Spiers

Derick Wilson, business development manager at Ulster Bank, with Norman McBriar and siblings Mark McBriar and Donna Spiers

Derick Wilson, business development manager at Ulster Bank, with Norman McBriar and siblings Mark McBriar and Donna Spiers

Norman McBriar & Son funeral directors in Saintfield has relocated following a £500,000 investment with support from Ulster Bank.

The firm, which was previously based on Main Street, has moved to Saintfield Mill, where it will offer more facilities for the bereaved including four family viewing rooms and a non-denominational service room for private memorials.

Mark McBriar, funeral director and partner, said: "The business is at a stage where it requires more fitting and substantial premises to continue to grow."

Derick Wilson, business development manager at Ulster Bank, said the new move "will provide the business with the infrastructure it needs to build upon a successful two decades in the community".

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