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The Good Funeral Guide is the UK’s ONLY not-for-profit 

independent information resource for funeral advice.


We are here to help you arrange the funeral that you want.


But these are not normal times.

The global coronavirus pandemic has led to severe restrictions on funerals.


While this continues, we will do our best to try to offer suggestions and advice as to how to find ways of saying a meaningful goodbye.


Please see our blog for regularly updated comments. 




The Good Funeral Guide will help you:


~ If you are arranging a funeral for someone now

Get ready for your own funeral


We’ll show you how to:


Make good choices

Get best value for money

Find the best suppliers of services and merchandise

Create a funeral you’re proud of

We know who the good guys are!

We have personally visited the funeral directors that we recommend, and we would trust them completely.



Click the button below to find a GFG Recommended funeral director.


Read our review, and most importantly, read the comments from real people who have used them. 


Are you arranging a funeral now? Before you do anything else:


A bad funeral cannot be fixed. So read, print and give a copy of this to everyone involved: First things first


Check out: Choosing a funeral director

It could save you disappointment, heartache and a great deal of money!

We’re here for you, not them

The Good Funeral Guide is the only not-for profit consumer group that stands clear of the funeral industry.

This is what makes us different. 


We don’t have investors or shareholders to answer to.


 We have been offering free impartial and unbiased information about funerals to the public for the last ten years.


We earn no money from advertising or commissions.

We’re not in a commercial relationship with anybody. 


We’re skint and proud of it.


That’s why you can trust us.


We are free to say exactly what we think – and we do.



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