Tuesday, September 21, 2021

A funeral plan provides peace of mind for you and your family

Unlike other key moments in our lives – such as weddings or births – many of us don’t like to think about our own funeral, or that of our loved ones.

It’s understandable of course, however, it really does pay to plan ahead. Thinking ahead to your funeral is a way of looking after your nearest and dearest.

With a Lincolnshire Co-op funeral plan, they’ll have peace of mind. That’s because when your funeral arrangements are entrusted to Lincolnshire Co-op, it makes sure relatives have no more to worry about than necessary.

The funeral specialist offers a personal and professional service from modern facilities in your area, and you’re welcome to pop in for a cup of tea and a chat.

Its caring funeral colleagues can take you through all your requirements and a variety of personal touches.

It can provide unique transport, from its own traditional vehicles to horse-drawn carriages and even a motorcycle-hearse.

Music, readings and flowers or even the release of doves are some of the many other personal options available, and Lincolnshire Co-op employ memorial masons who can produce unique tributes.

Its colleagues organise and carry out funerals themselves, so you’ll have complete peace of mind.

It’s also clear about the price it sets. There are two different types of cost – the funeral director’s charges and the disbursements paid to third parties.

The disbursements you include in a plan with it are fully covered, so once they’re paid, your loved ones won’t need to pay more at the time of the funeral as may be the case with most other plan providers.

Lincolnshire Co-op has signed the Fair Funerals pledge to prove it’s committed to transparent pricing and helping people find a funeral that’s affordable. And whatever is included in a funeral plan, it wants to look after the person who needs it.

Between 1st October and 31st October 2021, Lincolnshire Co-op is offering a minimum £200 discount or a minimum £200 dividend on funeral director’s charges when you buy a Lincolnshire Co-op funeral plan, depending on which payment option you choose.

Find out more on the website or contact your local branch.

Terms and conditions apply.

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