Our funeral services

If you need to arrange a funeral, we'll listen to you to help create a send-off most fitting for the person who has died. Whether that's a simpler funeral or something more unique, we’ll do our best to make it happen.

Our funeral services

If you need to arrange a funeral, we'll listen to you to help create a send-off most fitting for the person who has died. Whether that's a simpler funeral or something more unique, we’ll do our best to make it happen.

If someone has died and you need our help, contact us:

Compare our funeral services

If you’re not sure about which funeral would be right for the person who has died, we’ll listen to you to help create something fitting. Whether it’s a funeral that reflected their personality, or something with no frills or fuss, we can help.

How much does a funeral cost?

Funeral costs vary depending on where you live in the UK, and the choices you make for the funeral. Use our funeral cost calculator to find out how much a funeral might cost at your local Co-op funeral home.

What to expect when arranging a funeral

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The arrangement appointment

After you’ve been in touch because someone has died, your funeral director will make an appointment with you to start the funeral arrangements. This appointment can be on the phone or in the funeral home, whichever is easiest for you.

See our guide on how to arrange a funeral

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We’ll listen to you 

Our colleagues want to help you arrange a funeral that feels right. They’ll ask you about the person who died and you can tell us any ideas you have for the funeral. You only have to talk about them if you feel comfortable, we’ll be guided by you.

We’ll then talk you through some decisions you’ll need to make, help with any paperwork and let you know if there’s anything else you need to do.

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We’ll be clear about all the costs

We will always be open and clear about our prices and any third party costs. Once you’ve made some decisions about the funeral you’ll be given an estimate. We’ll talk you through your financial options, different ways to pay and when payments need to be made.

You’ll be asked to pay a 50% deposit within 48 hours of the arrangement meeting. Direct cremations must be paid in full.

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We’ll be there for you all the way through

Our team will support you from the moment you get in touch with us, through all the arrangements, the day of the funeral and even afterwards.

Legal experts from Co-op Legal Services can also help to check if you need probate. If you have any questions, just ask, we’re here to help.

We're in the heart of your communities, towns and cities from Bristol to Cardiff, Sheffield to Aberdeen and Edinburgh.

If you'd like more information on what to expect at arrangement appointment, see our step by step guide on how to arrange a funeral.

Organise the day of the funeral

There are some decisions you need to make for the day of the funeral. Like choosing a coffin, hearse, music or flowers. We’ve got everything you need to make the day just right.

Some common questions

Choosing between burial or cremation is one of the first things you'll need to decide when arranging a funeral. The person who has died may have told you what they want, but if they didn’t, we can help you make the right choice for them.

Find out more about burial and cremation

Our Co-op funeral directors help you with every part of the funeral arrangement process. From helping with what to do when someone dies, guiding you through the choices and decisions you’ll need to make, to being there to support you on the day of the funeral. We’re here to support you after the funeral, too.