Cremation Without Ceremony

You can take as long as you need to complete a Cremation Without Ceremony online. Call us at any time if you have any questions and want to speak to someone. We’re here 24 hours a day.

If the person that has died needs to be brought into our care immediately, please contact us on 0800 029 4590 to speak with a member of our dedicated team.

Once you’ve completed and submitted the form, we will process your details and you will receive an email containing the documents that you need to complete and return to us. These documents will advise you of the step by step process.

  1. I understand that I am the person responsible for making the funeral arrangements and for payment of the Cremation Without Ceremony and I confirm I am over 18.
  2. I understand that no-one can attend the cremation and that there isn’t a service.
  3. I understand that no-one can visit the person that has died once in our care and embalming isn’t available.
  4. Any personal effects, including jewellery, need to be removed from the person who has died before they are brought into our care. If this isn’t possible, any personal effects will be available to be collected from our care centre. We will look after them for up to 3 months.

Please accept and confirm that you understand the 4 statements above before continuing.

Sorry, you can't purchase a Cremation Without Ceremony if you don't read and accept the above terms and conditions.

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Has the death been verified by a medical professional?

The death must have been verified by a medical professional before completing this form. This is usually done by a doctor, paramedic or registered nurse. Please note that this is not the same as registering the death, which can be done after completing this arrangement.

Please confirm below that the death has been verified and you're ready to continue:    

The death needs to be verified by a medical professional (ie Doctor, Nurse, Paramedic) before you start the arrangement of Cremation Without Ceremony. We cannot take the deceased in to our care if the death hasn't been verified.

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Before you start, you’ll need to have some information to hand, including:

  • The date of birth of the person who has died
  • The address of where we should collect the person that has died

If you have any questions in the meantime and would like to speak to someone, call us on 0800 029 4590. We’re here 24 hours a day.