Funeral Plan Comparison Chart

Superior Plan

The services of the funeral director
Provision of the necessary funeral arrangements
Professional advice on certification and registration of death
Conveyance of the deceased, within a 25 mile radius, to our premises
Care of the deceased until the cremation or burial takes place
A simple coffin
An elm effect veneer coffin
A panelled oak veneer coffin
A hearse to convey the deceased to the crematorium or cemetery
Provision of one limousine
Provision of two limousines
Minister’s or officiant’s fees (1)
Doctors’ fees for cremation certificates (2)
Crematorium fees (3)
The option to view the deceased in our chapels of rest
The collection and administration of charitable donations
Additional time for church service (not including fees)

Plan price (lump sum) £2,518 £3,431 £3,786 £3,999


1. Up to the amount set by the Church of England for carrying out a funeral service in a crematorium or cemetery.
2. The doctors’ fees at the rate set by the BMA.
3. The crematorium’s standard fee for a cremation during normal working hours.

If burial is preferred, an allowance is made towards the burial fees of the equivalent cost of the essential disbursements for cremation. This sum is currently £1,200.

The lump sum prices are shown above, but you are also able to spread the cost over 12, 24, 36, 48 or 60 months. Please see the individual plan pages for more details.

Please note that there is an additional cost for paying by instalments over 24, 36, 48 or 60 months and the total amount you pay increases when you pay over a longer period.