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How much does a funeral in Exeter cost?
An average funeral in Exeter costs £1,657.75. That makes Exeter one of the more affordable cities in which to organise a funeral. There are multiple, well reviewed funeral directors to choose from in the city so you should be able to find what you want, at a price that matches your budget.
How much does cremation and burial cost in Exeter?
The average cost of cremation in Exeter is £849.50 and the cost of burial at one of Exeter's three cemeteries is £3,200. Both are significantly higher than most regional averages, with only London being more expensive, on average, for a burial. While Exeter's cemeteries are relatively expensive there are a number of cemeteries in the surrounding area with more affordable pricing; though costs for non-residents may be more.
The Exeter and Devon Crematorium, situated off Topsham Road, is independently run, while East Devon Crematorium is situated between Exeter and Honiton and is privately run. Exeter City Council is responsible for the management of three graveyards in and around the city: Exwick Cemetery, Higher Cemetery and Topsham Cemetery.
What do funeral directors in Exeter offer?
Compared to other English cities, Exeter has a higher proportion of Christian residents, though around four per cent of residents are of Asian heritage. Exeter has a significant Chinese population, thanks in part to its renowned and respected university. This means that funeral directors may have experience catering to a range of cultural traditions and religions. Check with your chosen funeral director to ensure they can meet any requirements you have.
Exeter is a medieval cathedral city famed for its beautiful architecture and religious and cultural importance. It is the county town of Devon, and home of Devon County Council. The city has a population of approximately 125,000 people, served by a number of funeral directors.