Funeral Plans

Funeral costs are on the rise! Funeral costs continue to rise higher than annual UK inflation.  You might be surprised to hear that, while the average cost of a funeral in 2004 was £1,920, in 2019 the average cost of a funeral was £4,417*. At this rate, the average cost of a funeral could be over £10,000 in 2030.

But there is more to funerals than just their cost. Whilst arranging a funeral plan there are other unseen costs you need to ensure you prepare for. Having a funeral plan is something your loved ones will be grateful you took the 􀆟 me to organize.

A funeral plan takes the stress and worry of arranging a funeral for your loved ones away from your family. Planning your funeral in advance also removes any doubt and disagreements between the family as to what you actually wanted.


*Sun Life Cost of Dying Report 2019


We can also look at options where you don’t require a funeral for your loved ones to attend. This is called a direct cremation and works out as a cheaper alternative.


Over-50’s life insurance is designed with the over 50’s in mind. It allows you to make a monthly payment for as much or as little as you can afford, to leave something for your family. When you pass away, it pays out a lump sum.

The money could be used towards your funeral costs, to pay off any existing debts or simply as a gift to leave your loved ones but remember, unlike a funeral plan, this may not cover the full cost of a funeral.

  • Our providers are regulated by the Funeral Planning Authority
  • There are no age restrictions or health checks
  • You have the flexibility to plan your own funeral
  • You get a special request form so you can add things such as music choices etc
  • You can pay in full or by monthly instalments
  • Your money is held in a secure trust
  • Loved ones are spared the emotional and financial burden
  • It guarantees the funeral at today’s prices*
  • Choose how many limousines you would like if any

*certain terms and conditions may apply

Funeral Planning