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Find funeral directors in Sudbury, SuffolkThis page is here to help you plan a funeral in Sudbury or nearby. Browse our directory to see several Sudbury funeral directors, as well as listings for Sible Hedingham, Halstead and other areas of Suffolk and Essex. Are you looking for an independent Sudbury funeral home? You’ll spot a number of family-run options, plus well-known names like Dignity and Co-op.
Plan a Sudbury funeralSudbury has one cemetery (with a green burial ground) and no crematorium. However, there are 4 crematoriums in the local area that are fairly easy to reach by car. For religious funerals in Sudbury, you can choose from several local churches or the Sudbury Cemetery chapel. The town doesn’t have any non-Christian places of worship, but the chapel at Three Counties Crematorium can cater to various faiths.
Why compare funeral homes in Sudbury?Funerals fees can quickly add up. You should consider the cost of cremation or burial, the cost of ‘extras’ like flowers and venue hire along with the funeral director’s own fees. Are you planning a low-cost funeral in Sudbury or Suffolk? It’s worth comparing several funeral homes so you can choose one that suits your budget.
Find a Sudbury crematoriumThere is no crematorium in Sudbury. If you’re planning a cremation funeral or direct cremation in Sudbury, you’ll have to travel to one of these venues:
- Colchester Crematorium (run by Colchester City Council) – 17 miles away
- Dunmow Crematorium (privately run) – 21 miles away
- Ipswich Crematorium (run by Ipswich Borough Council) – 23 miles away
- Three Counties Crematorium (privately run) – 11 miles away
- West Suffolk Crematorium (privately run) – 21 miles away
Find a burial ground or cemetery in SudburySudbury has only one burial ground. It’s called Sudbury Cemetery and it’s managed by the town council. The cemetery has a green burial ground. There are other burial grounds in local towns such as Haverhill and Bury St Edmunds. However, these are quite a distance away. You can visit the West Suffolk Council website for more details.
Find wake venues in SudburyThere are lots of options for wakes in Sudbury. You could hold the wake at home, use a public space like a park (with permission) or hire a venue like a cafe or hotel. Here’s a list of venues that might be suitable for a wake. 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.
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