Posted in: Finance Last updated: 17 Jun 2016

What is the average cost of a funeral in your area?

Use the OneFamily funeral calculator to find out

The cost of putting our loved ones to rest is rapidly increasing, currently rising faster than inflation. In 2015 alone, the cost of a cremation rose by 10%, and the cost of a burial by 4%.¹

With these statistics in mind, we’ve created a funeral calculator that shows the average cost of burials and cremations across the UK, how these costs differ depending where you are, and how these prices could rise in the next few years.

From the drop down menu below, select your desired county and see how much the average funeral costs now, and what it might in the future.

Funeral costs



Type of funeral:

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The cost of a funeral in your area

The average cost of a in your county in 2015 was £. These costs are based on an assumed annual rate of increase in funeral costs of 4% per year. The estimated average cost provided should not be relied upon to estimate the precise cost of a funeral.*

The average cost of a funeral in your area provided does not include estimations on the items listed below.

  • Flowers
  • Additional funeral cars for family members
  • Death notices
  • Funeral catering and venue hire
  • Estate administration fees

* A Study into UK Burial and Cremation Costs by Trinity McQueen, January 2016.

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[1] A Study into UK Burial and Creation Costs by Trinity McQueen January 2016

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