Funeral Options

Our Funeral Services

Following a bereavement, family and friends will be faced with many unfamiliar tasks. We realise that this may be your first experience of dealing with these so from the moment you contact us at Elizabeth Snell and Family, we will do our best to make your loved ones’ funeral arrangements as simple, clear and in accordance with yours and their wishes as possible.

We will spend as much time with you as you need throughout the bereavement and arrangement process either at one of our offices or by visiting you in your home to personally guide you through the funeral arrangements and advise you on the many options available in making the final tribute to your loved one personal and fitting.

All funeral directors are legally required to publish this price list for a standardised set of products and services. This is to help you think through your options and make choices, and to let you compare prices between different
funeral directors (because prices can vary).


This is a funeral where family and friends may choose to have a ceremony, event or service for the deceased person, but they do not attend the burial or cremation itself.


For an attended or unattended burial funeral, the burial fee. ¹

For a new grave, you will also need to pay for the plot; for an existing grave with a memorial in place, you may need to pay a removal/replacement fee. In addition, the cemetery may charge a number of other fees. For an attended cremation funeral, the cremation fee ²

Please discuss any specifc religious, belief-based and/or cultural requirements that you have with the funeral director.


The funeral director can give you a full list of what they can supply. They are likely to charge for these additional products and services, so you may choose to take care of some arrangements without their involvement, or you can use a different supplier

  1. This fee (which is sometimes called the interment fee) is the charge made for digging and closing a new grave, or for reopening and closing an existing
  2. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, you will usually need to pay doctors’ fees as well. This is the charge for two doctors to sign the medical
    certificates for cremation
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