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Find funeral directors in Berkshire

Our directory can help you save time with funeral planning. We’ve looked up and down the county to find local Berkshire funeral homes, including independent funeral directors and familiar names such as Co-op and Dignity. Our listings include a broad selection of West Berkshire funeral directors, as well as options in towns like Slough, Reading and Maidenhead.

Plan a Berkshire funeral

Berkshire might not be the largest county in the UK, but it still offers a wide range of funeral places, wake venues and burial grounds. Most towns have at least one cemetery and there are lots of rural burial grounds to choose from, including one green burial site near Hungerford. Berkshire is also home to 4 crematoriums, dozens of churches and a good selection of mosques, gurdwaras and synagogues.

Why compare Berkshire funeral directors?

Are you planning a low-cost funeral in Berkshire? Or perhaps you want to save money that you can put towards other things, like a memorial service or wake? If so, it’s a good idea to look at several funeral directors and note down their prices. This is because different Berkshire funeral homes charge their own fees and offer their own specialist services. Comparing options means you can gauge typical local funeral costs and make a choice that fits your needs and budget.

Find a Berkshire crematorium

If you’re thinking of a cremation funeral or direct cremation, you’ve got several options. There are currently 4 crematoriums in Berkshire, including one privately run facility and 3 council-owned venues.

Find a Berkshire cemetery or burial ground

There are many Berkshire cemeteries and burial grounds to choose from, including several natural burial sites. Here are just a few of the options available.

  • Acorn Ridge, Newbury (privately run) – a natural burial ground
  • Braywick Cemetery, Maidenhead (council-run)
  • Easthampstead Park Cemetery, Bracknell (council-run) – has dedicated areas for people of Islamic and BaháΚΌí faith
  • Oakley Green Cemetery, Windsor (council-run)
  • Reading Cemetery (council-run)
  • Shaw Cemetery (council-run)
  • Sheepdrove Burial Wood, Hungerford (privately run) – a woodland burial ground
  • Shinfield Cemetery, Spencers Wood (council-run)
  • Slough Cemetery (council-run)
  • St Sebastian’s Cemetery, Wokingham Without (council-run)

You can refer to the local council websites for more information on the council-run cemeteries. The local councils are Bracknell Forest, Reading, Slough, West Berkshire, Windsor and Maidenhead and Wokingham.

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We recommend taking some time to look into the different cemeteries and crematoriums listed above before you make your choice. You can find more information through their websites or by reading independent reviews. This will help you to find the best option to meet your needs.