Vw Camper Hearse

A man from Stockton-on-Tees who converted a VW Campervan into a hearse has ironically become the first person ever to use it at his funeral. Mick McDonald, 50, was carried from John Meynell Funeral parlour in Darlington to Acklam crematorium in Middlesborough last friday in the campervan hearse he built for his best pal Carl Bell’s business.

A man from Stockton-on-Tees who converted a VW Campervan into a hearse has ironically become the first person ever to use it at his funeral. Mick McDonald, 50, was carried from John Meynell Funeral parlour in Darlington to Acklam crematorium in Middlesborough last friday in the campervan hearse he built for his best pal Carl Bell's business.

A man from Stockton-on-Tees who converted a VW Campervan into a hearse has ironically become the first person ever to use it at his funeral. Mick McDonald, 50, was carried from John Meynell Funeral parlour in Darlington to Acklam crematorium in Middlesborough last friday in the campervan hearse he built for his best pal Carl Bell's business.

A man from Stockton-on-Tees who converted a VW Campervan into a hearse has ironically become the first person ever to use it at his funeral. Mick McDonald, 50, was carried from John Meynell Funeral parlour in Darlington to Acklam crematorium in Middlesborough last friday in the campervan hearse he built for his best pal Carl Bell's business.

A man from Stockton-on-Tees who converted a VW Campervan into a hearse has ironically become the first person ever to use it at his funeral. Mick McDonald, 50, was carried from John Meynell Funeral parlour in Darlington to Acklam crematorium in Middlesborough last friday in the campervan hearse he built for his best pal Carl Bell's business.