The Co-operative Funeralcare St Neots

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The Co-operative Funeralcare St Neots, Cambridgeshire, funeral director in Cambridgeshire
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As the region’s leading funeral director, Central England Co-operative Funeralcare have been providing a caring and sympathetic service to local families for over 100 years. Our colleagues live locally and know about the culture and customs of the communities they serve, and they have excellent relationships with local clergy, doctors, solicitors, local authorities, traders and bereavement groups – people we can call on to help you through your time of loss.

Funeral arrangements

  • Home visit
  • 24 hour telephone support
  • On-site parking
  • Chapel of rest
  • Hearse
  • Limousine
  • Horse-drawn hearse
  • Bespoke vehicle
  • Coffin
  • Personalised coffin
  • Casket
  • Headstone / Plaque
  • Urn
  • Memorial jewellery
  • Floral tributes
  • Charitable donations
  • Newspaper announcement
  • Online obituary
  • Memorial book
  • Order of service sheets
  • Music
  • Video tribute
  • Funeral webcasting
  • Catering
  • Dove release
  • Balloon release
  • Fireworks

Types of funeral

  • Traditional burial
  • Simple funeral
  • Traditional cremation
  • Green funeral
  • Direct cremation
  • Burial at sea
  • Non-religious funeral
  • Anglican funeral
  • Roman Catholic funeral
  • Muslim funeral
  • Jewish funeral
  • Sikh funeral
  • Hindu funeral
  • Buddhist funeral
  • Children’s funeral

Financial arrangements

  • Financial advice
  • Wills & probate
  • Pre-paid funeral plan

Additional services

  • Repatriation
  • Bereavement counselling
  • List of mourners

Location

Address
1 Huntingdon Street
St Neots
Cambridgeshire
PE19 1BG

About Us

As the region’s leading funeral director, Central England Co-operative Funeralcare have been providing a caring and sympathetic service to local families for over 100 years.

Our colleagues live locally and know about the culture and customs of the communities they serve, and they have excellent relationships with local clergy, doctors, solicitors, local authorities, traders and bereavement groups – people we can call on to help you through your time of loss.

When someone dies it can be difficult to know who to turn to for advice, especially when you have never had to organise a funeral before. When people are grieving it is the aim of our funeral directors and administrators to relieve as much of the pressure as possible. There are many aspects of funeral arrangements – sometimes requiring difficult choices – and our dedicated colleagues hope to make the process easier by offering expert advice in a caring, respectful manner.

We are members of the National Association of Funeral Directors, following their strict code of practice, and our funeral bond scheme is monitored by the Funeral Planning Authority.

When you choose Central England Co-operative Funeralcare you can be assured that every aspect of the funeral arrangements will be carried out with the utmost dignity and in accordance with your wishes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you arrange a funeral?

You can arrange a funeral by choosing a funeral director who will help you organise all of the details. They can help you decide whether to have a cremation or burial and what type of service to choose, as well as additional options, such as music and flowers. You can find out what happens at a funeral and compare funeral directors on Funeral Guide.

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What are disbursements?

Disbursements are additional costs for a funeral service that are paid to third-parties, such as florists, celebrants and burial fees. The funeral director will usually charge you for them and then pay the suppliers themselves.

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How can I get help with funeral costs?

If the cost of a funeral is not covered by a prepaid funeral plan, or the estate of the person who has died, you may be able to get financial help from the government’s Bereavement Support Payment or from War Disablement Pensions, charitable funds or budgeting loans.

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Address
1 Huntingdon Street
St Neots
Cambridgeshire
PE19 1BG

National Association of Funeral Directors

NAFD Members

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