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At NEO Cremations, we are fully committed to the health and safety of the families that we serve, our community, and our team members.While there is still much to learn about COVID-19, our team members are well trained and prepared to deliver the professional services that you need during your time of need.

Since NEO Cremations families make their arrangements online and over the phone, we are well positioned to continue looking after families during this unique time.

Our high levels of service will not be affected, and it is our usual practice to work with families remotely.

You continue to be in safe hands with NEO Cremations.In addition, we are regularly deep cleaning our facilities and crematories, as per guidelines provided by Public Health England.

These are going to be trying times for us – but NEO Cremations remains open 24/7 and committed to supporting you with your cremation needs.Thank you for your understanding and support during these challenging times.

How It Works

How NEO Cremations Work

Losing a loved one is a time of terrible distress. At NEO Cremations, we know how overwhelming this can feel, so we want to make it easy for you to arrange a direct cremation that saves you money and frees you to focus on other aspects of dealing with the departure of your loved one. 

Our direct cremation service is not only more affordable than a conventional funeral, it also helps reduce the stress and the pressure you are under in the days following the departure of your loved one by allowing you to postpone holding a remembrance ceremony immediately. Instead, with a direct cremation, you are free you to organise your remembrance ceremony at a later date, as you see fit, when you feel you are ready. 

You can arrange for the body of your loved one to be collected by clicking the ‘Arrange Now. We will take the deceased into our care, delicately prepare them for the cremation, and carry out the cremation in one of our nearby partner crematoria. We will then personally hand-deliver the ashes in a biodegradable urn or if you choose to, scatter the ashes in the crematorium’s garden of remembrance. 

As the cremation is unattended and without a memorial service, we are able to obtain preferential rates with crematoria, which in turn allows us to offer our services for a fraction of what a traditional funeral costs.

You will be required to obtain and complete paperwork before the cremation can take place. We are here to help you at every stage of this process. Please see our explainer video ‘What to do when someone diesfor a guide of what needs to be done.

How NEO Cremations Work

Losing a loved one is a time of terrible distress. At NEO Cremations, we know how overwhelming this can feel, so we want to make it easy for you to arrange a direct cremation that saves you money and frees you to focus on other aspects of dealing with the departure of your loved one. 

Our direct cremation service is not only more affordable than a conventional funeral, it also helps reduce the stress and the pressure you are under in the days following the departure of your loved one by allowing you to postpone holding a remembrance ceremony immediately. Instead, with a direct cremation, you are free you to organise your remembrance ceremony at a later date, as you see fit, when you feel you are ready. 

You can arrange for the body of your loved one to be collected by clicking the ‘Arrange Now. We will take the deceased into our care, delicately prepare them for the cremation, and carry out the cremation in one of our nearby partner crematoria. We will then personally hand-deliver the ashes in a biodegradable urn or if you choose to, scatter the ashes in the crematorium’s garden of remembrance. 

As the cremation is unattended and without a memorial service, we are able to obtain preferential rates with crematoria, which in turn allows us to offer our services for a fraction of what a traditional funeral costs.

You will be required to obtain and complete paperwork before the cremation can take place. We are here to help you at every stage of this process. Please see our explainer video ‘What to do when someone diesfor a guide of what needs to be done.

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