HM Armed Forces Veterans Hearse
Using an Open-Top Bier Drawn by a Black Range Rover
About This Unique Service and Why I Do Not Charge
The closest there is to conveying a coffin on a horse drawn gun carriage, as used at state and ceremonial funerals. This unique method of honouring our military veterans in a procession to their place of interment will leave a lasting memory for family, friends and comrades attending.
A black Range Rover draws a black custom-built open-top bier on which the veteran's coffin rests draped by a large Union flag especially made for this service by the flag maker to HM Queen Elizabeth II, as in the above photograph, and the British Armed Forces Tri-service crest is displayed on the rear passenger doors of the vehicle. I have received praise for this service from both the Royal British Legion and my local member of Parliament. We used this service for my own late father-in-law's funeral, pictured below.