Collection from anywhere in mainland England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland (the Isle of Wight is covered, but all other islands are excluded), day or night
Transfer to the crematorium
A solid pine eco-coffin
Hand delivery of the ashes to any mainland address in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland within 21 days of the cremation. Or the option to scatter the ashes in the Garden of Remembrance
Doctors’ fees (if these apply)
Cremation fees for an unattended committal at the crematorium of our choice
Administration fees (£350) – the costs of setting up your plan
What you'll receive:
Within 14 days of purchase you’ll receive your document pack which contains:
A letter thanking you for choosing the Pure Cremation Pre-Paid Plan
A Plan Summary outlining exactly what is covered and a record of your payment(s)
A Record of Wishes with contact details for you and your next of kin and any special requests you may have made
A Plan Certificate with your unique plan number
A My Funeral Wishes card to carry in your purse or wallet so that everyone knows who to call when the time comes
If you change your mind within 30 days of purchase you will get a 100% refund of any payments made. Cancellation after this will result in a refund of the monies paid, minus the administration fee that applied at the time of purchase (currently £350).
Finding out more about direct cremation and Pure Cremation’s prepaid plans covered by the Pure Guarantee is easy. To request our comprehensive brochure, simply click the button below and fill in the simple form
Your plan is only guaranteed once you have paid either the full amount, or at least 24 monthly instalments.
A 4% uplift is applied to the plan price for each year where instalments are payable for 12 months or longer.
Your plan is at risk if you do not keep up with regular payments.
About the Trust
Your money is safe
If you’ve opted to pay for a Trust-Based Funeral Plan, then your money will be placed into the secure, independently managed Trust. When the cremation is needed the Trust requires Pure Cremation Ltd to provide an invoice and proof of death before 2 Trustees sign to release funds to pay for the service you have requested.
The Pure Cremation Funeral Planning Trust was established in January 2016 and just like the market-leading funeral plan trusts it complies with the terms laid down by the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) Order 2001 Chapter 14.
We're proud to be an FPA Registered provider so you can be confident that we do things properly, for example, the Trust's money is managed by one of the UK's leading investment managers, WH Ireland plc.
The Trustees have three principle responsibilities:
The appointment of a qualified, FCA registered investment manager to look after the funds placed into the Trust - W H Ireland plc
The appointment of a suitable funeral provider to carry out plan-holders’ wishes – Pure Cremation Ltd
Overseeing the management of the Trust to ensure that funeral expenses can be met and producing the annual report
The Trust is managed by four Trustees, they are as follows:
Consultant and Magistrate
Lead Solicitor at Pure Life Legal Services
Former R&D Vice President for FTSE 100 company
A Director of Pure Cremation Group Ltd and CEO of Pure Cremation Funeral Planning Ltd
Previously MD of Barclays Global Investments Ltd)
Funeral Planning Authority (FPA)
Pure Cremation is proud to be registered with the Funeral Planning Authority (FPA). With over 600,000 funerals taking place every year in the UK, it’s important that people that have purchased funeral plans get the funeral they have paid for when it is needed. The FPA was set up in 2002 to protect consumer interests in the UK funeral planning sector, overseeing the pre-paid funeral plan industry and ensuring the highest standards of professionalism are met.
Funeral plan providers register with the FPA to demonstrate their commitment to offering a quality service. The FPA’s Code of Practice contains guidance related to professional conduct, pledges to the customer and complaints procedures. It urges businesses to be courteous, conscientious, dignified and professional towards everyone.
The FPA Code of Practice also protects against unsolicited calls, emails and post, and states that customer information should always be kept confidential. It also outlines the funeral plan provider’s duty to provide a transparent service so you know you’re getting the service you paid for.
Help and advice
If you want to learn more about direct cremation or check our most frequently asked questions, click the button below:
We have two prepaid plans to suit your budget, including our Over 50s funeral plan for a fixed low monthly payment. You could also request a free Record of Wishes to inform your family of the style of send off you would like but without paying for a plan right now.