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Funeral Directors Exmouth
The Churchyard Burial Service
Fully Inclusive of All Necessary Charges - £2850.00
We, at Exmouth & District Funeral Services, pride ourselves on our integrity and our honest and transparent approach to funeral pricing.

The funeral services we offer are fully bespoke. This allows the client the freedom to make choices in order to make the funeral unique and personal in a way that befits the deceased.

 
Exmouth & District Funeral Services have designed five, complete, fully inclusive funeral services, which incorporate the necessary items and their associated costs in order to undertake a complete funeral.

Due to the vast range of options available to you today, determining the complete cost of a funeral service is difficult and many funeral directors will indicate a cost PLUS disbursements. Disbursements are monies paid by funeral directors to third parties on behalf of the client. These might include payments to doctors, church ministers, cemeteries or crematoria and newspapers. However, 'we,' have included all of the necessary items and the cost of these in order to carry out the complete service and give our clients and potential clients, the overall, inclusive cost of the funeral.

Personalising the funeral service, with Exmouth & District Funeral Services

You can personalise this Churchyard Burial Service with additional proceedings either before or after the Funeral, such as a service in church.

Other personalised / bespoke options can be added to this service and they include: funeral notices or obituaries placed in local and national newspapers; floral tributes or a different coffin selection as required.

Included in every Funeral Service, conducted by Exmouth & District Funeral Services

All Funeral Services include, as a 'minimum' standard, all of the traditional services that you would expect such as: sanitization - including the provision of a gown or, dressing in personal clothes and preparing the deceased for Chapel of Rest visits; facilitating Chapel of Rest visits for family and friends during office hours; compiling and organising the publication of funeral notices and obituaries with local and national newspapers and acknowledgements or 'Thanks' notices; complete administration of all charitable donations; arranging family floral tributes; home visits for discussing funeral arrangements if required; conveying family floral tributes to local destinations as instructed by immediate family; collection and temporary storage of cremated remains.
The Details: 'What You Will Receive'
  • All of the 'minimum' service standards listed above
  • The services of the funeral director in arranging the funeral, assistance with the completion of all necessary paperwork, liaising with all third parties and statutory bodies such as: doctors; hospital and medial staff; administrators; and burial site / cemetery staff and representatives.
  • Paying all necessary fees, disbursements and expenses, in advance, on behalf of the client
  • Conveyance/transportation of the deceased into 'our' care from the place of death, locally
  • Care of the deceased prior to and up to the day of the funeral, including sanitization
  • Provision of a traditional, oak veneered burial coffin, fully fitted, lined and upholstered, including engraved nameplate
  • Conveyance of the deceased by hearse from any local address to the church for the service, if applicable and onto the churchyard for the internment on the same day
  • The services of the funeral director and necessary staff to effect the funeral on the day
  • The choice of day and time for the funeral service (subject to availability) at any local, parish church – others within Devon, Somerset, Dorset or Nationally may attract additional travelling costs
  • PCC, Church, Churchyard fees and charges, including Organist and Verger
  • Clergy, Minister, PCC, Administration and travelling fees for taking the service – as applicable
  • Gravedigger, grave preparation fees and grave marker (for identification purposes)
  • Monumental mason fees for removal of existing memorials if applicable
Additional items, not included, that you may wish to consider are, the provision of:
  • Cars and/or Limousines for transporting the immediate family and close friends
  • Printed 'Orders of Service' - including the insertion of family photographs
  • Printed Canvasses - photo based depiction for memory or keepsake purposes
  • Funeral Notices and Obituaries - placed in local and national newspapers
  • Family Floral Tributes – "We work closely with local florists in order to offer our clients a seamless service of the very best quality"
  • Catering - at a venue of your choice – "We can recommend a wide range of local venues to cater for most family's wishes"
  • An alternative choice of coffin or casket such as, solid wood – "We are able to offer a vast choice of locally produced coffins, including Somerset Willow coffins"
Churches in England and Wales have rules nationally and also, locally. Variants exist as to the allowable monuments within these churchyards and annexes. The local P.C.C. – Parochial Church Council, is likely to write to you after the funeral has taken place. Generally, memorials are not placed on graves for a six-month period but the memorial can be ordered in readiness. Exmouth & District Funeral Services will be happy to help you with all local memorial matters.
 
  At Exmouth & District Funeral Services, we realise that this is an unusual and difficult time for you. As such, your contact with us is a personal and professional priority. Our primary goal is to be available to you and perform the professional and caring service needed, in order to reduce the burden to you and your family.  
Our Funeral Services
Direct Cremation
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The Cremation Service
The Churchyard Burial Service
Burials At Sea
Repatriation Services
 
Funeral Planning
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Funeral Wishes
 
When Death Occurs
Dying At Home
Dying Whilst In Professional Care
Death In Hospital
Sudden Or Unexpected Death
When A Infant Or Child Dies
Dying Abroad Or Repatriation
Grief And Bereavement
Registry Offices With Contact Details
Further Information And Useful Links
When Death Occurs (PDF)
Religious Funeral Service
Civil Celebrant Funeral
Non-Religious Service
 
Our Code Of Practice
 
Floral Tributes
Sprays And Sheaves
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Wreaths
Hearts And Cushions
Posies And Baskets
Special Tributes
 
Coffin Galleries
Modern and Alternative
Traditional
Pre-Payment Plans
The Independent Way
Funeral Plans
Funeral Wishes Online Form
Funeral Wishes Printable Form
 
Help With Costs
Step 1: What You'll Receive
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Step 3: Benefits & Tax Credits
Step 4: How To Claim
 
Options And Prices
Our Bespoke Price List
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Useful Information
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Grief And Bereavement
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After The Funeral
Children And Funerals
A Child's Question
Charter For Bereavement PDF
 
The Purpose, Work And Duties Of HM Coroner
Reporting A Death To The Coroner
Certificates Involved With Coroners
When An Inquest Is Needed
The Scope And Purpose Of An Inquest
 
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