Bespoke ‘Burial’ Funeral

Typical Burial Funeral from £2305 plus disbursements


In the interests of transparency we believe that you should not have to make a phone call or make personal visits to determine what a funeral might cost.

The costs below provide you with a list of the main costs associated with a burial. You simply choose what services you need or want and pay for only those services.

Funeral Director Fees

Our professional fee
Hygienic preparation (optional)
From £75
Viewings (per day) (Optional)

Transport of the coffin

Formal hearse for burial (extra for silver)
Or black Ford Mondeo ‘Hearsette’
Extra Bearers (our prof fee includes 4 bearers)
£45 each

Funeral Celebrants and Ministers

Independent funeral celebrant
From £200
Or Religious minister


Brighton & Hove cemeteries plot
From £623
Brighton & Hove interment fees
Natural burial plot at Clayton Wood
Clayton Wood interment fee


Our ‘Ardingly’ Oak Veneer (Our Most popular)
Other types of coffins available (Please ask for details)

A typical example of a burial funeral service

Our professional fee
Hygienic Prep (optional)
Coffin: Our standard oak veneered ‘Ardingly’
Burial plot
Interment fee



Please note: Our Professional Fee includes Advice, Arrangements and Administration; Care of the deceased; Bearers x 4; Funeral Director on the day of funeral.

Other expenses to consider

Collection fee from place of residence during office hours* – See below for explanation
Out of hours callout** – See below for explanation
Order of service
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*Collection fee from place of residence during office hours applies £120
(No collection fee for local hospital or mortuary collections)

**Where an out of hours callout applies there will be a charge of £200
(This is not in addition to the collection fee above but in place of – it’s either or!)