One Fair Fixed Price £1850 Including all disbursements. The same traditional service at the crematorium of your choice.  Call us on Glasgow 0141 647 3040 and Edinburgh 0131 235 2011

Independent Family Run Funeral Directors

We cover the whole of the Glasgow and Edinburgh Including All the crematoria 

Fair Price Funerals Scotland cover whole of Glasgow, Edinburgh and surrounding areas.

  • Open 24Hours
  • No Deposit Required
  • Crematoria is of family choice
  • Burials can also be arranged
  • Funeral Director will come to you to organise the Funeral of your loved one in the comfort of your home

 

 

Fair Price Funerals Scotland Putting Scottish People Before Profit 24 Hours a day 365 days a year

Mike, Irene and Liam are now operating our Glasgow and Edinburgh offices offering the same traditional family run funeral services at our fair fixed price of £1850 with no hidden fees.

  • We offer a complete cremation and service at the crematorium of your choice for £1850 including all disbursements
    This includes all the collection and crematorium fees, our staff and hearse..... a complete service
  • We do all the relevant paperwork and deal with all the local crematoria
  • Many other funeral directors and comparison websites don't include all their fees, always ask for the complete price when comparing costs
  • Please click and watch the video below for a full explanation of our services

Why we started

Fair Price Funerals owner Mark Roebuck, 47, was so shocked at the prices quoted for his mum Christine’s funeral he decided to start his own low cost funeral service. Click more to see the article below in the Manchester Evening News.
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Rising costs of funerals

The basic cost of a funeral has increased for the 12th year running, according to an annual survey which reveals that the key expenses associated with dying have soared by 80% since 2004.
A steep rise in local authority burial and cremation fees has pushed the average cost of a basic funeral up to £3,956.

We have been featured on Radio 2 with Jeremy Vine, Radio 4 program You and Yours and BBC Radio Manchester on 18th December 2016