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Flexible prepaid funeral plans, providing peace of mind.

Funeral plans save your loved ones from the stress of organising and paying for your funeral, and could save them thousands of pounds.

Why a funeral plan is the ultimate gift for your family

A funeral plan is one of the best gifts you can give your loved ones. Why? Because the cost of your funeral would otherwise come out of the estate you leave behind. So if you pay for your funeral today, your estate will be bigger - possibly a lot bigger, if prices rise as steeply as they have in recent years.

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Swan Plan Overview

Swan is our premium plan. It includes all the funeral basics you’d expect plus two following limousines to transport family and loved ones to the crematorium or cemetery and a generous disbursement allowance of £1,250 towards third-party fees.

Funeral Plan costs are growing year upon year.

Funerals cost more than they used to - a lot more. Over the last decade, the price of funerals has risen by three times the rate of inflation.

The average cost of a cremation in the UK was £1,728 in 2004, it’s now £3,744, according to figures compiled by SunLife. Most funerals cost even more, once extras like flowers and funeral notices have been added. And with costs set to rise, the total cost could exceed £10,000 in 10 years’ time.

This graphic shows the predicted average costs of dying - Figures taken from the Sun Life Cost of Dying Report 2018

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