Not that long ago, there was only one type of funeral readily available in the UK which revolved around one Christian tradition or another. These traditions were often focused on a religious service followed by a burial. Nowadays, there are far more options available and cremation is the more popular option.
Although many funeral services in the UK are still traditional, faith-based services – there are humanist and multi-faith options available too – there is also a move towards traditional funerals apart from religious services or affiliation.
Cultural diversity now means that funerals have expanded to be inclusive and offer many options available to suit the multitude of religions in our society. So whichever suits you, we can help make the arrangements for you.
So what is now considered a Traditional Funeral?
This type of funeral usually includes all the elements possible for a funeral and tends to follow a particular structure like the following: