Dundee City Funeral Directors


Guide to Funeral Directors in Dundee City

The city of Dundee in Scotland has about 13 funeral homes, catering to an estimated population of 148,210. Funeral directors in the city offer services such as advanced burial plans, repatriation, grief counselling, financial guidance and legal advice. Dundee funeral directors are evenly spread out in the town and surrounding regions, from the city centre to Carnoustie, which makes them easily accessible to all residents.

The town’s dominant religion is Christianity and a majority belonging to the Church of Scotland and the Roman Catholic Church. Funeral directors in Dundee provide specific Christian services for these and other denominations.

Sikhism, Islam, Buddhism Hinduism and Judaism also have a significant presence within the city. For funerals and memorial services, the town has places of worship for different religions. Muslims have six mosques, including the Dundee Central Mosque on Miln Street and the Al Maktoum Mosque on Wilkie’s Lane. The Dundee Synagogue is the only Jewish worship centre in the town.

Dundee City Council manages six cemeteries in and around the city. These are Balgay, Barnhill, Birkhill, Pitkerro, Western and Eastern cemeteries. For cremation, the city uses the Dundee Crematorium on McAlpine Road.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do when someone dies?

When someone dies you need to get a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death from a doctor, register their death and choose a funeral director to arrange their funeral. The Registration Office will give you a Death Certificate and Certificate for Burial or Cremation (GR021 in Northern Ireland).

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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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How much does a funeral cost?

The cost of a funeral depends on where you are in the UK and whether you choose a burial or a cremation. Natural burial is becoming increasingly popular, but can often be more expensive than burial in a traditional cemetery. The cost of coffins, flowers, catering and transport also varies a lot. There is also an almost unlimited list of options for personalising a service, such as professional funeral singers or a motorcycle-hearse. You can compare the price of funeral directors on Funeral Guide.

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  • Dundee Crematorium

    Dundee, DD3 8SD

  • Parkgrove Crematorium

    Arbroath, DD11 4UN

  • Perth Crematorium

    Perth, PH1 2PE

  • Kirkcaldy Crematorium

    Fife, KY1 3PL

  • Dunfermline Crematorium

    Dunfermline, KY11 8QR

  • Tayport Cemetery

    Tayport, DD6 9AU

  • Vicarsford Cemetery

    Tayport, DD6 8RB

  • Lundie Churchyard

    Dundee, DD5 3NW

  • Tayport Churchyard

    Tayport, DD6 9NS

  • Tealing Churchyard

    Dundee, DD4 0RD

  • Murroes Churchyard

    Dundee, DD5 3PB

  • St Marnock's Churchyard

    Dundee, DD2 5SB

  • Auchterhouse Churchyard

    Dundee, DD3 0QS

  • Barry Churchyard

    Carnoustie, DD7 7RQ

  • Monikie Churchyard

    Dundee, DD5 3QN

  • Dairsie Cemetery

    Cupar, KY15 4RL

  • Shanwell Cemetery

    Carnoustie, DD7 7RH

  • Newtyle Cemetery

    Blairgowrie, PH12 8TS

  • Inverarity Churchyard

    Forfar, DD8 2JN

  • Kinnettles Churchyard

    Forfar, DD8 1TQ

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