White Willow Cremation


What is a White Willow Cremation?

A White Willow Cremation (also known as direct cremation or direct transfer) is a low-cost funeral without a service where your loved one will be provided with a compassionate and dignified send-off.

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If you have any questions or would like to arrange a White Willow Cremation, call us to speak with a member of our caring team.

02920 524 200

White Willow Cremation

What is included in a White Willow Cremation?

Our professional fees

Your loved one is taken into care any time of day or night

A basic coffin

Doctor’s fee

Cremation costs

Transportation of your loved one to a local crematorium

Ashes will be returned to you in a cardboard eco casket

For every White Willow Cremation, we will plant a tree in a protected and managed forestry site in South Wales.

What is not included in a White Willow Cremation?

  • Choice of dates and time for the cremation
  • Attendance at the funeral

*Full payment of a White Willow Cremation is due at the time of arrangement.
*Road journeys exceeding 30 miles will be charged at our standard mileage rate.

Why choose a White Willow Cremation?

Many other direct cremation service providers will often advertise a low headline price which does not include necessities such as out-of-hours collection, delivery of ashes, doctor’s fees and more. This can often leave families hit with additional costs and stress. Our White Willow Cremation service provides you with the security of a final and affordable price to give you and your family peace of mind.

Frequently Asked Questions

We answer some of the most common questions our funeral directors receive:

Where will my loved one be taken?

If your loved one dies expectedly, they would be taken to rest at one of our funeral homes, located at; Heath in Cardiff, Malpas in Newport, or Station Road in Dinas Powys.

How long does it take to arrange a funeral?

Depending on the circumstance, an attended funeral usually takes between 2-3 weeks to arrange. Timescales may vary depending on if your loved one is taken into the coroner’s care and whether you are arranging a burial or cremation. Your funeral director will work with you to discuss a date for the funeral that works best for you.

When is payment due?

Once you have met with your funeral director and discussed your loved one’s wishes, payment is required to cover the cost of third-party disbursements before the funeral can be arranged. Once payment is received, a funeral date can be confirmed. The remainder of the balance will be required within 60 days of the funeral. If you are choosing a White Willow Cremation, full payment is due at the time of arrangement.

Talk to our friendly team on 02920 524 200

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The 1910 Trust, our charity owner

As a social enterprise, our profits are donated to the Cardiff YMCA (1910) Trust, which funds local community projects and activities across South Wales.