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Large funeral company responds to call for online pricing

One of the largest funeral providers in the UK have

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Aggressive upselling of funeral plans sparks call for regulation

Funeral plans are supposed to act as a sort of savings scheme to make sure that people’s funeral costs are going to be covered.

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Government taking action to fix the broken funeral fund

The government have announced plans to make their funeral fund simpler and fairer. The fund is available to some people who would otherwise been unable to afford a funeral.

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Huge upsurge in online price transparency

When we first started campaigning for fairer funerals in 2014, only 10% of funeral directors in the UK had any prices at all on their websites.

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What happens when someone you love dies and you can't afford a funeral?

Student Alex Craven writes about losing his husband Paul, being unable to afford a funeral.

By Alex Craven

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Funeral Director of the Month

Grimsby stalwarts Near and Near are Fair Funerals’ most recent Funeral Director of the Month.

 

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Dying Matters Awareness Week

With funeral costs more than doubling in only 10 years, funeral directors are under pressure from the public to be fair and open about what they charge. 

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Funeral poverty – what to ask your election candidates!

This is a critical time to persuade the government to take action on funeral poverty.

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Funeral director of the month

Devonians Heart and Soul Funerals are Fair Funerals’ most recent Funeral Director of the Month.

 

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Fair Funerals runner up in campaigners award

Each year, the Sheila Mckechnie Foundation celebrates the best campaigns and campaigners. This may be those working locally or nationally, and from individuals and community groups to people working in large organisations. 

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