Our Simple Cremation Service
Our simple cremation service is a lower cost option, you benefit from having the option to have either a funeral service or an unattended cremation. Alternatively you can have an attended service at the crematorium to just simply be there with your loved one.
We provide you with all of our traditional services including the provision of a hearse, a funeral director and a high quality oak veneered coffin.
The Simple Cremation Service costs £1495
Traditional Cremation Service includes:
All Funeral Directors Fees and Services
this includes all our fees, including our staff on the day who will be in full uniform. On the funeral day there are no pall bearers provide by us, the coffin can be carried by family and friends or alternatively a coffin bier will be used to take the coffin into chapel.
Provision of All Funeral Service Arrangements
Cremation service at Lytham Park Crematorium
We work closely with different crematoriums so if you would like an alternative please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Choice of Date of Cremation
You are welcome to chose the date of the service but our simple cremations take place at either 9am or 9.30am
All arrangements with the Crematorium of your choice
we liaise with the crematorium on your behalf to ensure your loved one’s service runs smoothly and to your exact specifications.
24 Hour Private Transfer of your loved one to our Funeral Home
Unlimited viewing and visiting of your loved one
you are more than welcome to pay your respects to your loved one in our private rooms, where they are kept safely and respectfully until the day of the funeral.
A Traditional Black Hearse directly to the Crematorium
Personal care of your loved one until the day of the Funeral
A Distinctive Traditional Hand Veneered Oak Coffin
The coffin will be dressed, Lined and Fitted, Gold Handles, Wreath Holders and Breastplate
Collection of Ashes from Crematorium
Certificate of Cremation
All Associated Crematorium Fees and Charges
The Simple Cremation service offered for £1495