Hull Funeral Directors

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Guide to Funeral Directors in Hull

Hull City, officially Kingston-upon-Hull, has 18 funeral homes that offer services to an estimated population of 257,710 residents. Funeral directors in Hull cater to a range of funeral arrangement requirements, such as bereavement counselling, memorials, repatriation, financial advice and preparation of legal documents, among others. Residents can easily access required services, as funeral homes are located within reach from Beverley to Sherwood.

Over half of the population in Hull is Christian, according to the 2011 census, while 34 per cent identify as non-religious. Many funeral directors across Hull can plan Christian ceremonies for different denominations, including Roman Catholic and Anglican. Non-religious services are also available in Hull funeral homes.

Buddhism, Judaism, Sikhism, Islam and Hinduism are also practised by residents in the city and funeral homes cater to them with the appropriate ceremonies and customs. Some funeral directors in the city provide specialist services such as vault burial at sea, military funerals and green burials.

For Muslim ceremonies, funeral homes in the city have access to four mosques that include the Hull Mosque & Islamic Centre on Berkeley Street and Al Salam on Cholmley Street. There two Jewish places of worship, which are the Hull Reform Synagogue in Willerby and the Hull Hebrew Congregation on Pryme Street.

The town has four municipal cemeteries for burials, including Eastern and Hedon Road Cemetery, while cremations take place at the Chanterlands and Haltemprice crematoria.

Search using your postcode or area to find local funeral directors in Hull. You can then order results by best rated, most reviewed or nearest to you to see what is available in your local area. Click on a funeral director’s profile to learn more about the services they provide, read independent customer reviews, and find out how to contact them to discuss funeral arrangements for your loved one.

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).

Read more: What to do when someone dies
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.

Read more: How to arrange a funeral
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.

Read more: How much does a funeral cost
Crematorium
Cemetery
  • Chanterlands Crematorium

    Kingston upon Hull, HU5 4EF

  • Haltemprice Crematorium

    Hull, HU10 6NS

  • Great Grimsby Crematorium

    Grimsby, DN32 0BA

  • Woodlands Crematorium (Scunthorpe)

    Scunthorpe, DN17 1SP

  • East Riding Crematorium

    Driffield, YO25 3BL

  • Western Cemetery

    Hull, HU5 3TG

  • Northern Cemetery (Hull)

    Hull, HU5 4AY

  • Hedon Road Cemetery

    Hull, HU9 5LY

  • Eastern Cemetery

    Hull, HU9 5AN

  • Priory Woods Cemetery

    Hull, HU16 4RZ

  • Cottingham Cemetery

    Cottingham, HU16 5YF

  • Barton Cemetery

    Barton-upon-Humber, DN18 6DA

  • Barrow Cemetery-Barrow Upon Humber

    Barrow-upon-Humber, DN19 7EB

  • Beverley Queensgate Cemetery

    Beverley, HU17 8PL

  • South Cave Cemetery

    Brough, HU15 2AB

  • Immingham Cemetery

    Immingham, DN40 3DG

  • Winterton Extension Cemetery

    Winterton, DN15 9UG

  • Edenfield Cemetery

    Hornsea, HU18 1DH

  • Brigg Cemetery

    Brigg, DN20 8DL

  • Holme Road Cemetery

    Market Weighton, YO43 3EZ

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Latest Verified Reviews

Susan Bailey 3 weeks ago

When you loose someone who means the absolute world to you, M Garton & Son Ltd are a company who from the very beginning takes your loved one into their care and helps their final journey be with respect, peace and dignity. I cannot praise them highly enough.

Darren Mennell 3 weeks ago

Can not thank every member of Gartons enough for their true professionalism in dealing with the death of our mum, every phone call and question was dealt with with the utmost respect and every little detail of our requests on the day of the funeral had clearly been listened to and followed through to the last detail , it was a sad occasion but made slightly easier by how compassionate and respectful every member of staff we dealt with was with us , thankyou so much 

Sean Patrick 3 weeks ago

Handled an obviously difficult time for us in a friendly, caring manner and took the time to clearly explain everything to us and for us to have the service we wanted, excellent work all round.

Johnathan Bolland 3 weeks ago

Efficient, compassionate and understanding. Did everything that was asked in a quiet and dignified fashion.

Lisa Thirkettle 1 month ago

The organisation , support and management on the day was excellent. We really appreciated the calm and easy way our lead up and the day itself was managed be everyone involved. Many thanks to all your kindness.