Funeral Services

'Funeral Services'


Due to respect for the traditions and the ever changing world of funeral services our flexible approach assist us in arranging funerals to your desired specifications. Whether you desire a religious or non religious ceremony, a cremation or a burial or wish to arrange a funeral that makes a grand statement, White Rose Funerals comprehensive approach means that we are able to meet the wishes of the deceased and their kin.

Pictured Above: Amir (Alsisi), with renowned bagpiper John Campbell at Memoria Crematorium

Funeral Packages We Provide:

Eco Funerals
£1850
Simple Funerals
£2900
Traditional Funerals
£4200
White Rose Premium Funerals
£5999

What We Offer

  • Care of the deceased,
  • Advice on procedures (e.g. registering the death),
  • Comprehensive arrangements for burial or cremations (including religious and non religious ceremonies),
  • Different range of hearses,
  • Limousines,
  • listing of floral tributes,
  • a wide range of traditional Oak solid & Eco friendly coffins,
  • Dove release,
  • Bearers,
  • White/Black horse drawn carriage,
  • Viewing of the departed,
  • Obituary notice,
  • Embalming, UK & International repatriation services

Contact us anytime of the day or night to make an appointment or find out more about our traditional and/or our White Rose packages



Registering a Death


If the death occurs in hospital, the certificate will usually be available for collection from the Bereavement Office. If the death occurs at home, the doctor will usually arrange for the death certificate to be left at his surgery for collection by a member of the family who should then take it to the Registrar whose certificate (Green Form) should then be handed to us.

The family should indicate to the Registrar the number of copies of the certificate they require. They might help at a later date for insurance and probate purposes. The certificate costs £3.50 per copy.Please remember that it is necessary to have an appointment with the Registrar to register the death. On some occasions the Coroner may be involved and a slightly different procedure followed. We will advise if this is the case.



Where Do I Register?


The death must be registered at the local office of Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages in the district where the death occurred, as soon as possible, usually within five days of the death (unless the Registrar extends the period).
If the death has been referred to the Coroner, the procedure is slightly different. We will advise you concerning this.

The Registrar will give you a Certificate for Burial or Cremation unless the Coroner has given you an Order for Burial or a Certificate for Cremation. Whichever form you are given will be needed by the funeral director so that the funeral can be held. A Certificate of Registration of Death is for Social Security purposes only.



Cardiff Register Office:

  • City Hall, Civic Centre, Cardiff CF3 3ND
  • Telephone: (029) 2087 1684 or 2087 1680
  • By appointment only Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.00pm
  • Pay and display parking, spaces difficult to find.

Penarth Register Office:

  • West House, Stanwell Road, Penarth CF64 2YG
  • Telephone: (029) 20 707862
  • Mon-Fri 9.00-1.00, 2.00-4.00
  • Please make an appointment.

If the death occurred within the Cardiff County Council boundary you must
register the death in Cardiff. If the death occurred in the Vale,
(this includes Llandough Hospital ) the death must be registered
in Penarth or Barry, even if the deceased was a Cardiff resident.

Barry Register Office:

  • West House, Stanwell Road, Penarth CF64 2YG
  • Telephone: (01446) 709518/9
  • Mon-Fri 9.00-1.00, 2.00-4.00
  • Please make an appointment.