Funeral Directors Southwick
Serving the Southwick area alongside neighbouring communities, Sussex Funeral Services is an independent and family-owned and managed business, who vow to be caring and compassionate and who will, most importantly, be sensitive to your needs throughout
As Funeral Directors Southwick, husband-and-wife team, Philip and Sallie, will handle everything from operations down to the more sensitive details, providing support to you and your family every step of the way. We know that planning a funeral, especially during bereavement, can be very challenging, which is why we will see to all aspects of funeral care. This can include everything from arranging burials and cremations to organising a viewing of your loved one at our funeral premises. Whatever you need, Philip and Sallie are dedicated to providing the community of Southwick with a bespoke service that will honour your loved one in a very personal way.
Which service is right for you?
There are no rules to follow when planning a funeral. So as Funeral Directors Southwick, we will remain flexible and responsive in such a way that we’re able to fully meet all of your needs in an ethical and professional way. Whether a traditional burial, or a more alternative service, focussing more on the celebration of life ,or even a fuss-free cremation; Philip and Sallie will be able to fully discuss every option with you in a face-to-face meeting.
At Sussex Funeral Services, we offer the following services:
Unattended Direct Cremation Typically priced from £799, plus cremation & Dr fee if applicable
Attended Full Cremation Service fixed price at £2,700
Simple Direct to Grave Burial Typically priced at £999 plus burial fees
Traditional Burial Service Typically priced at £3,849.
A traditional burial service usually follows an established etiquette, according to the customs of a specific religion, but we have priced for a typical Christian led funeral, which might include a minister to officiate at the service, generally in a local parish church. Following which the cortege will then proceed to the cemetery or other place of burial.