Additional Items
Third Party Costs
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Additional Items

Transferring your loved one to Church or home on the same day as the funeral. £150.00

Transferring your loved one to Church or home on a day
before the funeral. £300.00

Arranging and conducting the interment of cremated remains at a local Church or Cemetery. £100.00

Provision of an additional member of staff on a funeral or transfer to maintain safe working practices £50.00

A temporary oak grave marker with engraved plaque. £60.00

Additional Professional Fees

We reserve the right to charge additional fees in exceptional circumstances where extra time and involvement is required to fulfil our Clients requirements and expectations.

Saturday funeral surcharge. £325.00

Funeral plan administration fee. £250.00

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Additional Items

Transferring your loved one to Church or home on the same day as the funeral. £150.00

Transferring your loved one to Church or home on a day
before the funeral. £300.00

Arranging and conducting the interment of cremated remains at a local Church or Cemetery. £100.00

Provision of an additional member of staff on a funeral or transfer to maintain safe working practices £50.00

A temporary oak grave marker with engraved plaque. £60.00

Additional Professional Fees

We reserve the right to charge additional fees in exceptional circumstances where extra time and involvement is required to fulfil our Clients requirements and expectations.

Saturday funeral surcharge. £325.00

Funeral plan administration fee. £250.00

Third Party Costs

Crematorium fees range from £515.00 – £965.00 depending on the crematorium and service time.

Interment in a local Churchyard including the gravediggers fee is around £982.00

Interment in a local Cemetery including purchasing a new plot and gravedigging ranges from £1000.00 – £1700.00 (If the deceased is out of the area the fees are often doubled)

The typical cost for burial in a High Peak Borough Council Cemetery is £1481.00

For an existing grave the fees are less starting from around £750.00
If there is a memorial on the grave this will need removing and refixing which will incur further costs.
In addition the cemetery/churchyard may charge a number of other fees.

Third Party Costs

Crematorium fees range from £515.00 – £965.00 depending on the crematorium and service time.

Interment in a local Churchyard including the gravediggers fee is around £982.00

Interment in a local Cemetery including purchasing a new plot and gravedigging ranges from £1000.00 – £1700.00 (If the deceased is out of the area the fees are often doubled)

The typical cost for burial in a Derbyshire Dales District Council Cemetery is £1481.00

For an existing grave the fees are less starting from around £750.00
If there is a memorial on the grave this will need removing and refixing which will incur further costs.
In addition the cemetery/churchyard may charge a number of other fees.

Order of service

Printed orders of service, 50 of these including 4 printed pages are circa. £95.00

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order of service

Order of service

Printed orders of service, 50 of these including 4 printed pages are circa. £95.00

order of service

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Feel free to call us at any time, for whatever reason

Call us on: 01298 23056

Testimonials

What our families say

“The team at Percival’s were without doubt superb, the communication, advice and support helped me get through a very difficult time.
On the day the faultless organisation turned what was expected to be a sombre event into a celebration of a life well lived. With the virus lockdown with restricted congregation and no singing was I thought going to be a service cold and with little feeling. Harrys inspired recommendation of brass band music for the first hymn was inspired, everyone agreed it gave us all time to listen, reflect and feel closer.”

 

Chris Allen

Testimonials

What our families say

“The team at Percival’s were without doubt superb, the communication, advice and support helped me get through a very difficult time.
On the day the faultless organisation turned what was expected to be a sombre event into a celebration of a life well lived. With the virus lockdown with restricted congregation and no singing was I thought going to be a service cold and with little feeling. Harrys inspired recommendation of brass band music for the first hymn was inspired, everyone agreed it gave us all time to listen, reflect and feel closer.”

Chris Allen