Find funeral directors in Birmingham
If you’re searching for a funeral director in Birmingham we’re here to help. Our directory covers the whole city, from Acocks Green to Yardley. You’ll find family-run funeral directors alongside well-known names like Co-op and Dignity. Use our listings to find the right one for you.
Planning a funeral in Birmingham
Birmingham has a variety of options for funerals, including 4 crematoriums and 11 cemeteries. For religious services, the city has many places of worship including churches, cathedrals, mosques, gurdwaras and temples. You can find more about places of worship in Birmingham here.
Why compare Birmingham funeral directors?
Funeral costs in Birmingham will vary depending on the type of service you want, when it takes place and the funeral director you choose. Comparing prices could help you to save money and it only takes a few minutes. Our directory makes it easy to compare costs with just one click.
Find a crematorium in Birmingham
If you’re planning a cremation, there are four main crematoriums in Birmingham:
- Birmingham Crematorium (privately-owned)
- Lodge Hill Cemetery and Crematorium (council-owned)
- Sutton Coldfield Crematorium (council-owned)
- Yardley Cemetery and Crematorium (council-owned)
Find a burial ground or cemetery in Birmingham
There are 11 council-owned cemeteries in Birmingham:
- Brandwood End Cemetery (council-owned)
- Handsworth Cemetery (council-owned, has Free Church and Muslim burial sections)
- Key Hill Cemetery (council-owned)
- Kings Norton Cemetery (council-owned, has a natural burial section called Primrose Meadow)
- Lodge Hill Cemetery (council-owned)
- Quinton Cemetery (council-owned)
- Sutton Coldfield Cemetery (council-owned)
- Sutton New Hall Cemetery (council-owned, has sections for baby graves and Muslim burials)
- Warstone Lane Cemetery (council-owned)
- Witton Cemetery (council-owned)
- Yardley Cemetery (council-owned)
You can find more details about Birmingham cemetery and crematorium listings on the City Council website.