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Find funeral directors in Hull

If you’re looking for funeral directors in Hull, we’re here to help. With our directory, you can browse local independent funeral directors and well-known names such as Co-op and Dignity. We can help you to find funeral directors in Hull and the surrounding area, including Bransholme, Kingswood and Sutton-on-Hull.

Planning a funeral in Hull

There are several options for funerals in Hull, including 2 crematoriums and 5 cemeteries. More than half of the population in Hull is Christian, but Buddhism, Judaism, Sikhism, Islam and Hinduism are represented within the community. The city has many different places of worship, including churches, mosques, temples and a synagogue.

Why compare Hull funeral directors?

There are many different costs to consider if you’re planning a funeral. The final price you pay for a funeral in Hull will depend on several factors, including your preferred funeral director, type of service and the time and day of the service. With our directory, you can compare funeral costs in one place.

Find a Hull crematorium

Chanterlands Crematorium is managed by the city council. It offers cremation and memorial services to the people of Hull and the surrounding area. It has two chapels, an organ and an Obitus music system. It also offers affordable cremations. Haltemprice Crematorium is operated by Dignity. Set in a peaceful country location, it can accommodate multi-faith services. Weekend services are available.

Find a cemetery in Hull

Hull has five cemeteries run by Hull City Council:

  • Eastern Cemetery - with a dedicated area for Muslim burials
  • Hedon Road Cemetery
  • Northern Cemetery
  • Priory Woods Cemetery - with a section for natural burials
  • Western Cemetery

There are two other cemeteries within a 30-mile radius of Hull, which are run by East Riding of Yorkshire Council:

  • Anlaby Cemetery (also known as Tranby Lane Cemetery) has a Jewish section, which is specifically for people of Jewish faith and their families.
  • Driffield Cemetery - with a green burial section for sustainable burials

Find funeral wake venues in Hull

There are several options to consider if you’re thinking about having a funeral wake. You might want to invite people to your home or hold it at a community venue like a village hall. You could also consider hiring a Hull funeral wake venue.

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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.