Coffins & Caskets
A choice of coffins and caskets for every preference
Coffins and caskets are available for every preference and budget. Whatever you would like – no matter how unusual – we can explore the options with you, guiding you to ensure the coffin or casket is just right and it complies with any limitations set by the crematorium or cemetery. Our range is environmentally friendly and with the exception of the metal caskets, they are all suitable for burial or cremation.
A traditional hand-made solid oak coffin with a raised lid and panelled sides.
Wicker coffins are 100% biodegradable and are constructed with a soft albasia frame and a golden wicker weave outer. Available in a rounded or traditional coffin shape.
Available as either a traditional coffin shape or a rounded style, created with a strong inner wooden frame with hand woven banana leaf outer shell.
A bamboo coffin which is tasteful and naturally beautiful. Can be interwoven with flowers and foliage too. Available in this rounded shape, or a traditional coffin shape.
A solid mahogany casket polished to high gloss finish, comes with matching wood bar handles and a half top opening lid. This superb casket comes with a memorial record tube and a luxury velvet interior.
A solid poplar casket with warm medium oak finish; comes with matching wood bar handles, a half top opening lid, decorative corner panels and a luxury velvet interior.
A solid wood casket in elegant white, which comes with a matching bar handle, a half top opening lid, and a luxury velvet interior.
A 20-gauge steel casket, the majestic Neptune Blue is fitted with contrasting bar handles and is fitted with a luxurious sky blue crepe interior.
A superior solid mahogany style hardwood casket with decorative panels to the sides and ends, fluted corner pillars and split swing statesmen raised lid. This handsome casket is polished in a medium mahogany high gloss finish and is shown here with casket handles. Also available with Last Supper panel.
A solid oak English casket with a single piece raised lid and refined decorative panels to the sides and the ends. It also features decorative corner pillars. The Canterbury is shown here with a raised name plate and casket handles.
Arrange a Funeral FAQs
Is there a cost difference between a burial and cremation?
The choice varies depending on which part of the country you live in. Urban areas have good access to crematoria but burial ground spaces are increasingly limited. Conversely, rural areas have plenty ground but are further away from crematoria. The costs vary between the regions so call us to find out what the options are for your area of choice.
With some travel restrictions still in place, we may have to arrange a small private funeral and postpone our celebration of life. Can you help with celebration arrangements at a later date?
We can assist with all elements of event planning for a funeral including celebrations after - whether they are on the same day or at later date. Whether you want a simple tribute or an extravagant memorial event, we're here to help you and your loved ones.
Are we limited to the number of cars?
You can have as many cars as you like. Our fleet of limousines can be fitted with screens to comply with any social distancing restrictions set by the Government which will continually evolve. We can arrange as many cars, and even arrange alternative transport from luxury coaches to more individual alternatives should you require it.
I am worried about thanking everyone who attends...
We can help. As there are limits on who can attend a funeral, we offer online obituaries where people can leave online tributes and messages of condolence. You can provide details about the funeral before or add messages of thanks after and then link from your own social media. In the future, when larger numbers are once again allowed, we can provide attendance cards for mourners to sign or leave a message of condolence. We collate them for you after the funeral so you can focus on saying goodbye.
How long should we keep the ashes?
There's no right or wrong answer. Retaining ashes is a very personal thing. Some people want to scatter them at a later date, others can't bear to part with them. We can help by providing practical storage advice and guiding you to make the decision that is most fitting for you and your family.
Can we take the flowers home after the funeral?
You can keep or leave, all or part, of any tribute just as you please. Often a memento is taken by family members or sometimes sprays can be left at the graveside. There is no "rule".