Arranging a funeral
As we need to follow government advice, it’s highly likely funerals now won’t be how you, or the person who’s died, would have wanted them to be. We want to reassure you we’ll do everything we can to help you to say goodbye.
This option includes a small ceremony and a choice of 4 wood-effect coffins. You can choose to take this option as it is or make changes and we will adjust the price accordingly.
A simple option that allows for a small funeral service with the comfort of knowing quality isn't compromised. It's flexible, too, your funeral director will help you make it as personal as possible.
This funeral doesn’t include a service, meaning you can celebrate the person’s life at a place and time that suits you. Our cortege option enables a special moment to pause, reflect and say goodbye.
If someone has died, contact us and we'll bring your loved one into our care as soon as possible.
We can arrange a funeral to suit anyone’s wishes. Whether it's a traditional religious funeral, a direct cremation, or even something bright and colourful.
The cost depends on where the funeral will be held and the choices you make. We'll explain all the funeral costs, so you know what to expect.
First things to think about
We understand that this may be your first time arranging a funeral. We’ve pulled together some things you might want to start thinking about before your appointment with the funeral director.
- What sort of funeral would be most fitting to your loved one? Would they have wanted a Direct Cremation or Direct Burial, a Simple funeral, a Traditional religious funeral, or something more bespoke?
- Will it be a burial or cremation?
- Do you know how much your choice of funeral will cost?
It’s normal to have lots of questions you may want to ask in the funeral arrangement. It may help to write them down to take along with you. Download our guide to arranging a funeral