Jennings Funeral Directors. Branch Network, Dublin
Jennings Undertakers, Amiens Street, at the Five Lamps Crossroads.
Managers and Funeral Directors: Dave Cannon and Nigel Brothers.
Our city centre head office is located here at the Five Lamps, along with our tastefully decorated chapels of rest.
This is a very convenient Dublin city location, the Amiens Street branch of Jennings Funeral Directors is ideal for all areas, including North Circular Road, Mountjoy Square, Drumcondra, the Docklands, the IFSC, East Wall and beyond.
Jennings Funeral Directors, Oscar Traynor Road, Coolock.
Manager & Funeral Director, Josh Moonman.
Our large & spacious branch in Coolock was opened in the early 1980’s to service the funeral requirements in the northside of Dublin, spanning across from the coastal towns of Malahide & Baldoyle to the growing suburbs of Coolock, Artane & Swords.
All aspects of layout in the Coolock branch of Jennings is particularly spacious, and often a large extended family who suffer a recent bereavement will choose this branch of Jennings Funeral Directors as there is ample car parking facilities.
Jennings of Raheny (Springdale Road)
Manager & Funeral Director, Mr Chris Giblin.
Our office in Raheny is ideally located; close to the village & the main churches, yet well situated so that there are good options for car parking.
This branch of Jennings Undertakers is used extensively by the communities of Raheny, Donaghmede, Edenmore, Grange Park, Foxfield, Kilbarrack, Killester, Clontarf & Howth.
Jennings Undertakers, Main Street, Blanchardstown Village
Funeral Director: Deirdre Cronin
Our Blanchardstown branch is very conveniently located at the heart of Dublin 15. Jennings Funeral Home is situated right in the middle of Blanchardstown Village. It benefits both from its central on-street location and the fact that this Funeral Home also provides a large extensive car park.
This branch of Jennings Funeral Directors serves the communities of Blanchardstown, Castleknock, Clonsilla, Mulhuddart, Corduff, Navan Road, Ashtown, Clonee and Dunshaughlin.