The average cost of a traditional funeral in 2017 is £4,257
Sunlife report that the cost of dying is now £8,905 which reflects a 50% increase compared to 2008.
Here's how YOU can Beat The Funeral Price Hike:
"I have paid for mine and my daughters, I didn't want our daughter to have to worry about these things, she's an only child, and I don't feel she should have to find the money for this, we are meant to look after her not the other way round."
"I'm doing a pre paid one, as I lost my cousin at the age of 46 unexpectedly. He had no money and his daughter did her best for him, he turned up in the back of an estate car as his daughter was ashamed to ask family for help paying his funeral. It was a shock to all the family seeing him turn up in the car. I said from that day I would not let my children go through what she did even though she did her Dad proud, so mine is all paid for, I think everyone should do it too." - Tracy Forrester, Hull
By freezing the cost of your funeral at today's prices you will not suffer from the expected increase in funeral costs over the coming years.
Easy monthly payments suited to your budget and funeral requirements.
You have full control and choice over what you get at your funeral, whether it's a burial or cremation.