Trust in us to protect you

Get the funeral you want, planned and paid for in advance. As a reputable and long-standing funeral provider throughout Great Britain, Pride Planning will help you to leave the ones you love with great memories not money worries.

Planning your funeral can be a particularly difficult time, and we want to take away the stress from both yourself and your loved ones by assisting you every step of the way.

We have a dedicated team who’ll provide a high standard of advice and customer care.

Pride Planning has a variety of prepaid funeral plans available which vary in price based on your requirements and affordability.

Not sure which plan to choose?

Customise your send off with our Funeral Plan Builder.

How it works

Your plans are taken care of in 4 simple steps…


Speak to one of our helpful advisors.


Select from a choice of funeral plans or use our Plan Builder.


Pick your preferred payment method.


Relax, let us take care of the rest.

Did you know that funeral costs have risen by 92% over the past 11 years?

While the average cost of a funeral in 2004 was £1,920, by 2015 it was £3,693**. So, at this rate, the average cost of a funeral in 2020 could be more than £4,620. Which is why now is the best time to take care of the future.

How the total cost of dying
could add up for your loved ones


This figure includes the fees for the funeral director, the cremation or burial, the doctor and the minister or celebrant.

Average cost of a basic funeral


This figure is the combined cost of the memorial, death and funeral notices, flowers, order sheets, extra limousines, the venue and the catering for the wake.

Average amount spent on the send off


This is the average amount spend on hiring professionals to administer the estate.

Average amount spent on hiring a professional


Assuming the services shown are used


from 2015

Total cost of dying

* The average cost of a funeral in the UK. Source: SunLife Cost of Dying Report 2015.