We as individuals are just that, highly individual. We each have specific wants and needs that are expressed and actualised throughout our daily lives. These unique preferences and desires remain with us until we die, meaning that in preparation for when we do so, we
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At Neo we openly encourage fluid and positive conversations surrounding life and death.
We have carefully curated the following guides and resources to give you comfort and peace of mind.
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At Neo Cremations we prioritise simplicity, affordability and respect. We know the funeral industry is populated with many providers that hope to profit from elaborate services and expensive ceremonial extras, often at the expense of the deceased’s vulnerable, surviving loved ones. At Neo Cremations
Neo Cremations firmly believes that people should talk more openly about dying, death, and bereavement. We especially believe that people should start making plans for the end of life. We have put a lot of time and effort into creating our Neo Cremations Funeral Plan
What is a Carbon Footprint? In our everyday lives, each choice we make leads to the release of carbon into our atmosphere. Right from the food we buy and the electricity we use, to the modes of transport we take and our disposal of waste,
“I want you to act as if the house is on fire, because it is” – Greta Thunberg At NEO Cremations we care about sustainability. In addition to operating as a carbon-neutral enterprise and incorporating a minimum 200% carbon offset through our tree planting charity partners for
We have just received our Pending B Corp Certification, and this is just the first leg of an exciting journey to become the UK funeral industry’s first Certified B Corp! We are joining a force with over 3,235 socially and environmentally driven companies around the
Possibly one of the first thoughts when arranging a cremation is ‘what will we do with the ashes?’. With a traditional burial, the tombstone can be visited to pay respects, flowers can be brought or kept, and loved ones can partake in moments of reflection.
Unattended cremations are becoming increasingly popular as they provide a better alternative to traditional funerals both financially and creatively. Funerals in the UK are increasingly becoming unaffordable adding unnecessary worries to what is already an obviously stressful time. Unattended cremations are increasingly being chosen as
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We make it easy to arrange a direct cremation for a fixed £1,295
A loved one has passed
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