Rest easy with Pure
We collect the body, respectfully cremate it and return the ashes to your loved ones, personally and by hand
More affordable for you
Because there’s no funeral service, a pure cremation funeral plan is much more affordable than a traditional funeral plan
More freedom for your family
Your family can arrange any funeral service or send-off they want – wherever and whenever they wish
Purchase a Pure Cremation funeral plan before 31st March 2024 and the customer will be eligible for a £50 gift card after 6 months. Any funeral plan applications after this date will not be eligible for this promotion. See terms and conditions.
Our 4.9 Trustpilot rating, supported by over 16,000 reviews (as at Nov 2023), stands as the highest among UK providers, making us the trusted choice.
Our funeral plan should cover the full cost of providing the service that is promised. That’s why we include everything that's required to carry out a Pure Cremation.
Cremation fees for an unattended committal at the crematorium of our choice and Doctor’s fees (if these apply)
All costs associated with the delivery of an unattended cremation when the Plan holder dies
A minister or a celebrant
A choice of crematorium
Mourners attending the committal at the crematorium
*Includes Isle of Wight and Isle of Skye
Rest assured, with Pure Cremation, your money is safe, held in an independent trust with strict regulations and safeguards to protect your investment.
What’s more, Pure Cremation Funeral Planning Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and you also have the peace of mind of FSCS protection.
Setting up a funeral plan for yourself or for someone else couldn't be easier. We've taken care of all the practical aspects, so you don't have to worry about a thing. You can secure a plan online in minutes, with no difficult questions to answer.
Choose the single payment option and secure your plan with immediate cover
We’ll handle the practical bits, so you can enjoy life without the stress
We’ll fulfill the Pure Cremation when the time comes
To find out more about our funeral plan and discover the different payment options, request our free guide today.
For anyone aged over 18 years
Total Cost £1, 795, £900 is placed in an independent trust
Immediate accidental death cover
Total cost exceeds £1,795 for more than 12 fixed term payments as 4% per annum is added to cover lost investment income
Plan is designed to deliver a pure Cremation with no cash value
For people aged between 50 - 74
Monthly payment based on age (i.e. lowest cost at age 50)
Immediate accidental death cover
Payments continue monthly until you die or reach 90 (total payments will likely be more than the cost of a cremation)
Plan is designed to deliver a Pure Cremation with no cash value
Payments are used to purchase a whole of life insurance policy
More affordable: A pure cremation does not include a funeral service (no hearse, limousine or flowers, and no ceremony, celebrant or attendees at the crematorium) and so costs less than a traditional funeral. A traditional funeral costs an average of £4,141 (SunLife Cost of Dying 2024). A pure cremation funeral plan is £1,795.
Most people don’t want a traditional funeral: Only 47% of people want a funeral service when they die, ‘Love, Grief and Hope’ 2023 Research Report, Theos.
More 5 star reviews: Pure Cremation has more 5 star reviews on Trustpilot than any other funeral plan provider as of December 2023.
All information correct as of January 2024.
With our funeral plan, you pay for your funeral in advance, at current prices. You can choose to pay us in one Single Payment, Fixed Term Payments or Continuous Payments. Once arranged, your costs are fixed and you do not need to pay anything else – there are no hidden costs. Other providers offer an array of services, including cremation, transportation, and much more we suggest that you review their small print for any hidden costs as you may pay more than their published prices depending on your circumstances. See how we compare to the rest.
Our prepaid Funeral Plan has the option to pay either as a one-off Single Payment, by Fixed Term monthly instalments over 6-60 months, or if you are aged 50-74 you can choose Continuous Payments. The amount is dependent on the clients age, this is paid until the age of 90 or until you pass away, depending on which comes first. Get your FREE quote to see the exact costs.
It’s easy, just 3 simple steps:
Step 2 – complete our straightforward application by post, by phone on the number displayed on this web page, or via our online forms.
Step 3 – check the plan documentation when you receive it, and file it somewhere safe but accessible, remembering to put the Funeral Wishes card in your purse or wallet.
Then simply relax and get on with enjoying life!
Yes, but we suggest that you let them know as they could go and buy one for themselves if they don’t know they already have a plan. Many people make arrangements on behalf of their parents or partners. When buying a plan, you will need to specify who the plan is for, and it is best to list yourself as the representative for that plan.
Over 50s life insurance is a whole-of-life policy that pays a cash lump sum to beneficiaries upon your death. A prepaid funeral plan, however, is an agreement with a funeral plan provider to fund and organise funeral expenses according to your specific wishes. They offer greater control and peace of mind regarding funeral arrangements, ensuring your life is celebrated the way you want.
The cost of funeral plans in the UK varies based on plan type, service levels, and location. Notably, direct cremation plans are a cost-effective choice, providing a budget-friendly alternative to traditional funerals. Payment methods, like lump sums or monthly instalments, and inflation protection impact the overall cost.
A Pure Cremation plan, however, offers hassle-free direct cremation with transparent pricing. Covering mainland England, Wales and Scotland, including the Isle of Wight and Isle of Skye, our plans eliminate hidden and additional fees. Secure today's prices to shield against rising funeral costs and inflation.