OUR PROFESSIONAL CHARGES

This includes taking instructions, making all necessary arrangements for the funeral. Obtaining and preparing

all statutory documents. Liaising with Crematorium and/or Cemetery, Doctors, Hospitals, Clergy and other

third parties. Handling all donations received use of our offices, mortuary and chapel of rest, preparation

and care of the deceased, attendance of Funeral Director on the day of the funeral. £925.00

Our standard Goscote Coffin (oak veneered) £375.00

Removal of the deceased to our Chapel of Rest (within a 15mile radius) £275.00

Supplying the Hearse £375.00

One Limousine attending the funeral £225.00

TOTAL OF OUR FEES £2175.00

DISBURSEMENTS

Minister / Celebrant Fee (for service at Crematorium) starting from… £185.00

(The individual Church determines the cost for service in Church and we can advise

you of the cost if you decide to have a service in Church before the cremation)

Countesthorpe Crematorium Fee £965.00

Gilroes Crematorium Fee £898.00

Great Glen Crematorium Fee £935.00

Loughborough Crematorium Fee £1035.00

Part 4 Doctors fees for Cremation £82.00

Other services are available on request.

Please note that the above is subject to change; please ask for advice and details.

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Please note that we will require a deposit 3 working days before the funeral for the

full cost of the disbursements. A dated invoice will be sent to you or your appointed representative as soon as possible

following the funeral. Payment must be made, in full, within 7 days of the accounting date.

If you become aware that there will be a delay in settling our account, a written notice or phone call should be received at our

office within the 7 day payment period explaining the situation in full and confirming the earliest possible settlement

date. Where an account remains unpaid after 21 days, we reserve the right to charge interest per calendar month on the total

amount outstanding.

Serving the Leicestershire Community since 1830