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.
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