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Find funeral directors in Handsworth

If you need to plan a funeral in Handsworth, we’re to help. Our directory helps you find funeral directors in Handsworth. From independent funeral homes to known names like Co-op Funeralcare, our directory has listings to help you plan a funeral fitting for the person who’s died. Take your time and browse our listings. When you’re ready, contact the best-suited Handsworth funeral directors for more info. 

Planning a funeral in Handsworth

If you’re planning a funeral in Handsworth, you have several options available to you. That’s whether you’re aiming for a simple service, direct cremation or large celebration of life. There are 4 crematoria and 11 cemeteries in the area, so you’re not fixed for choice. For a religious service, there are several churches, mosques, gurdwaras and temples in the area.

Your chosen Handsworth funeral director should be able to help you make a suitable choice for the person who’s died. They’ll use their local knowledge and expertise to guide you to making the right choice. If you’re planning a culture-based funeral, you may want to consider one of the many Asian funeral directors in Handsworth.

Why compare funeral directors in Handsworth?

Funeral costs vary depending on the funeral director you choose, the service you want and the venue you choose. That’s why it can be helpful to compare Handsworth funeral directors. Doing so allows you to weigh up your options before making a final decision. Our funeral directory allows you to compare funeral directors side-by-side. That way, you can make the right choice based on both costs and the options available to you.

Find a crematorium in Handsworth

If you’re planning a cremation, the following 4 crematoriums can be found near Handsworth:

Find a cemetery in Handsworth

If you’re planning a burial, there are 11 council-run cemeteries within a reasonable distance from Handsworth:

  • 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 out more about crematoriums and cemeteries on the Birmingham City Council website.

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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.