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How much does a funeral cost in Glasgow?
The average price of a simple funeral in Glasgow is £1,666.50. This is relatively cheap compared to average prices elsewhere in the UK and there are many funeral directors to choose from that will fit your needs and budget.
How much does cremation and burial cost in Glasgow?
The average price of cremation in Glasgow is £679.66 and the average price of burial in Glasgow is £2,259.33. That puts Glasgow towards the most expensive places in the country to be buried, but conversely, it's one of the cheapest cities in which to be cremated.
There are 32 cemeteries and churchyards within the city limits. Although many of the older, historic graveyards are closed to new burials, there are plenty of newer sites available, including Linn, Cardonald, Rutherglen Cemetery and the Lambhill/ St. Kentigerns Complex.
There are also eight crematoria, both privately and local authority owned, offering cremations for all religions and beliefs. Some of these crematoria, such as Linn, Daldowie and Glasgow Crematorium (Maryhill), have two service chapels to accommodate multiple services simultaneously.
What do funeral directors in Glasgow offer?
Scotland’s largest city, and the third largest city in the UK, the City of Glasgow is home to over half a million people, with a further 1.2 million people living in the Greater Glasgow area. Serving bereaved families in the area are just over 100 funeral directors in Glasgow and the surrounding locales, from over a hundred funeral homes.
The city has a religiously diverse population, with approximately 120 Christian churches of various different branches, 13 mosques, four gurdwaras, seven synagogues and a Hindu mandir. Consequently, many Glaswegian funeral directors are accustomed to and experienced in offering funeral services for various different faiths.