Oxley Funeral Costs
Dignified funeral services in Oxley
Of the two types of funeral service we offer, our Full Service Funeral gives you the opportunity to say goodbye to your loved one in whichever way you wish, providing flexibility and allowing for a completely personalised funeral service. Alternatively, the Simple Funeral is better suited if you’re looking for a service at a lower cost, offering a complete funeral without compromising on quality or care. You can read more about our funeral services in Oxley below.
Oxley funeral services
Full Service FuneralOur Full Service Funeral allows you to create a totally personal commemoration to celebrate the life of the person who has died.Our costs from£3,400Current restrictions might mean that you can’t have a funeral today how you imagined it to be. However, we can still provide a dignified and meaningful funeral now and a memorial or commemorative service later.Our service is delivered with expertise and uncompromising compassion. We will care for the deceased with the utmost care and respect in our own professional premises and will take on the responsibility for ensuring every detail is taken care of to the highest standards. You can rely on us to make a difficult time a little easier.
Full Service FuneralOur costs from £3,400
Simple Funeral Service in WolverhamptonA complete funeral service for a lower cost, delivered with complete compassion and care.Our costs from£1,995This kind of service is suitable if you have the flexibility to choose from a limited choice of dates and times for the service and you do not want to have a lot of additional services added to the funeral. You can rest assured that we will never compromise on the care we provide when looking after your loved one.
Simple Funeral Service in WolverhamptonOur costs from £1,995
How does a Full Service Funeral compare to the Simple Funeral?
- Be brought into our care and looked after by our experienced and professionally trained people
- Rest in our climate-controlled mortuary, where they will receive continuous care
- Be available to visit, by agreed appointment, in our private and peaceful chapel of rest
|Full Service Funeral||Simple Funeral|
|Flexibility to create an entirely personal and bespoke funeral service||Additional charges may apply||X|
|Bringing your loved one into our care outside of normal working hours||Soonest available time||At an additional cost|
|Use of private Chapel of Rest outside of normal working hours||✔||X|
|Hearse||Traditional motorised hearse or choice of alternative hearses||Traditional motorised hearse only|
|Limousines||At an additional cost||X|
|Choice of funeral procession route||✔||X|
|Choice of date and time of funeral||✔||X|
|Choice of coffin||✔||A park coffin with linings and fittings only|
|Organisation of floral tributes||✔||X|
|Assistance with drafting and publishing an obituary||✔||X|
|Arrange production of service stationery||✔||X|
|Co-ordination of music, catering and memorial masonry||✔||X|
|Embalming service||At an additional cost||At an additional cost|
|Dressing your loved one||In their own clothes or supply a suitable gown||Basic gown|
|Online Funeral Notice||✔||✔|
For care and support at this difficult time, visit our Oxley funeral home.
What does a Dignity funeral director do?
As well as caring for the departed, our funeral directors are committed to providing care to the family members who are left behind. They help to reassure those coming to terms with bereavement, guiding them through the process with attentiveness and sensitivity.
Our funeral directors are also there to assist with the administrative side of bereavement, helping alleviate some of the additional stress by providing advice and guidance on the necessary paperwork to families who need it.
To ensure a loved one is looked after in accordance with the family's wishes, all our teams, including funeral arrangers, embalmers and operatives, are trained to perform their duties to the highest standards. This means that from the moment of collection, through to the funeral service and final goodbye, your loved one will be in safe hands.
It is important to us that we give something back, which is why we work with local care homes, train the clergy in funeral procedure, and advise public bodies on care for the deceased and bereaved. Being a part of Dignity means our funeral directors are always ready to assist the communities they are a part of.
Frequently asked questions
When someone dies, the first steps will depend on how and where the person passed away. Our step-by-step guides will walk you through the practical steps. For additional support and personal advice, please get in touch with us.Learn More:
The average cost of a cremation funeral in the UK is £3,744. However, this will vary according to location and other factors. Talk to your local funeral director to get a better idea of costs for the type of service your require.Learn More:
The average cost of a burial in the UK is £4,798. This comprises burial charges, minister or celebrant fees, and funeral director fees. This cost does vary by location, your local funeral director will be able to give you a better understanding of costs.Learn More:
Third party funeral costs are additional charges which we will manage for you and attach to your single invoice. Get in touch with us to confirm costs and plan a funeral to fit your budget.Learn More:
You don't have to make an appointment at our funeral homes. However, doing so will ensure that someone can be available to cater to your needs. When arranging a funeral, our Funeral Directors are happy to visit you in your own home, if required.
Dignity Funeral Plans let you pay for your funeral in advance and at today's price. It's a way of taking control of the unexpected, setting out the arrangements and limiting the costs by paying for the services included in the funeral plan upfront.Learn More: