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Pure Cremation offers an unrivalled continuity of care, from the first phone call to the hand delivery of the ashes. If you pass away in England or Wales, then the unattended cremation will take place at Charlton Park Crematorium, in the Hampshire countryside.
In all cases, the cremation is performed by dedicated staff, who treat everyone with the same level of dignified, respect and care.
Pure Cremation is proud to go above and beyond the strict UK rules for identity checking. Each person we look after is given a unique identification code, which is scanned at each stage of care.
Pure Cremation is one of the only direct cremation providers in the UK to use this visible proof of identity.
Pure Cremation Limited's lower prices and various payment options make this easier. We accept payments from multiple family members for cremations needed now.
Looking after your family comes first. If your loved one passes away at home, in a nursing home or hospice we will not ask for any money before we set out. We do require full payment before booking the cremation. In all other cases we ask for full payment before bringing your loved one into our care.
Bank transfer – quick, secure and free. Our bank details are on the invoice so you can use on-line banking or take the invoice into a local branch. Remember it is perfectly proper to use funds from the deceased’s account to pay for their funeral.
Card payment – we accept all major credit cards and of course you can pay by debit card.
Funeral plans – we are happy to accept plans from a wide range of providers, as well as Pure Cremation clients. If your plan allows you to choose the funeral director we’ll do the rest. Please be aware that some plan values are very modest and may not cover the entire cost.
Social Fund Funeral Award from the DWP – we have a process in place to assist individuals who qualify for help with funeral costs, often without any deposit payment.
If you cannot afford a funeral and cannot get help from the DWP you have some options. In the case of a death in hospital you can ask the relevant NHS Trust to carry out the funeral, or in the case of a death in the community, contact the local Social Services team. There are also charities that may be able to assist.
Free Funeral Plan guide
Request our complete guide today - explore whether a Pure Cremation Plan is right for you and discover the different payment options available. If you would like to request an audio version, please call us.
Our lovely people will help you get started and answer any questions.
For a prepaid funeral plan from Pure Cremation Funeral Planning Ltd
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You are not alone. There are many organisations that offer support and care to the bereaved, and here you’ll find information and links to a few of the best-known:
Use the interactive tool to find out if you can get help if you are entitled to legal aid. Does not help with probate but can help with debt advice if your home is at risk.