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Find funeral directors in Suffolk

Do you need help with funeral planning in Suffolk? The Funeral Choice directory is a good place to start. We’ve listed a wide selection of well-known and independent funeral directors in Suffolk, so you can find one that feels right for you. Our Suffolk funeral home listings cover the entire county, from Newmarket in the west to coastal areas like Lowestoft and Felixstowe in the east.

Plan a funeral in Suffolk

Whether you’re planning a religious funeral, a humanist funeral or a direct cremation, Suffolk has plenty to offer. The county is home to at least 4 crematoriums and many cemeteries. Every major town has a number of churches and there are other religious venues in places like Ipswich, Lowestoft and Thetford. Additionally, West Suffolk and Seven Hills crematoriums can cater to non-religious funeral services, as well as funerals for faiths that allow cremation. Are you considering an eco-funeral? There’s a particularly large number of natural burial sites in Suffolk. Check the list below for a few suggestions

Why compare Suffolk funeral homes?

It’s important not to underestimate the cost of a funeral in Suffolk. On top of funeral director fees, you should factor in the burial or cremation cost and the cost of hiring a minister or celebrant. You should also consider things like venue fees, flowers and a headstone. If you’re hoping for an affordable funeral in Suffolk, it’s a good idea to compare funeral companies and make a note of their prices. If you shop around you may be able to save money, which you can put towards a memorial, wake or keepsake.

Find a crematorium in Suffolk

There are at least 4 crematoriums in Suffolk, mostly concentrated in the east of the county. Here’s the list:

Find a Suffolk cemetery or burial ground

You’ll find a wide selection of cemeteries and green burial grounds in Suffolk. Some of these are privately managed and some are run by local councils. This list is not complete:

  • Bury St Edmunds Cemetery (run by West Suffolk Council)
  • Eye Cemetery (run by Eye Town Council) – has a natural burial ground
  • Greenwood Burial Ground (privately run) – a natural burial ground
  • Gunton Woodland Burial Park (privately run) – a natural burial ground
  • Ipswich Old Cemetery (run by Ipswich Borough Council) – has designated Quaker, Jewish and Muslim burial sites
  • Kirkley Cemetery, Lowestoft (run by East Suffolk Council) – has a natural burial ground
  • Millennium Cemetery, Ipswich (run by Ipswich Borough Council)
  • Sudbury Cemetery (run by Sudbury Town Council) – has a natural burial ground
  • West Suffolk Cemetery (privately run)
  • Woodbridge Cemetery (run by East Suffolk Council)

For more info about the council-run Suffolk cemeteries, click the links above to visit the council websites.

Find somewhere for a wake in Suffolk

You can hold a wake almost anywhere – at a hotel, a cafe, an outdoor space or your own home. Would you like to hire a venue? You can visit this page to see a list of places to have a wake in Suffolk.

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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.