Partridge Bros Singleton | History
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History

Since 1927 Partridge Bros Singleton has provided personalised funeral and monumental services to thousands of families in the Singleton and Hunter Valley communities

Edward, Charlie and Abert Partridge were the brothers who began the tradition that is synonymous with the Funeral Business in Singleton. The talented brothers began as coach builders with the business located at the current site of the Singleton Post Office. They were renowned for their beautiful and ornate buggies, wagons and drays.

Later the premises moved to the corner of York and John Streets, where they became known as Partridge Bros Coach Builders and Undertakers.

The traditon has continued today with the current premises in Kelso Street, now owned and operated by Tony and Melissa & Phill and Lyn Fletcher.
It is not only the years of experience, it is the professionalism, kindness and commitment to giving the best personal service we can, that sets Partridge Bros Singleton apart from the rest.