We are modern funeral directors, committed to supporting the wellbeing of every bereaved individual
We believe that a funeral director should enable you to choose a funeral that truly reflects the life, personality and spirituality of the individual that has died. At Full Circle Funerals, we will first and foremost listen to you, then tailor our support to best meet your needs.
We recognise that people need different and personalised support from funeral directors. Some people would like to be given clear guidance and direction whereas others would prefer to be informed about their options, and then feel empowered to make the choices that are right for them. Family and friends being empowered throughout the process of planning a funeral can be a positive and fundamental part of the grieving process but we also recognise that for some people, that is not what they want or need.
We work hard to support the wellbeing of every family we support and we believe that good funeral care can support better mental health. As part of our mission to improve the wellbeing of as many people as possible we are committed to delivering educational programs, making funeral directors more accessible and sharing information about funeral choices, grief and bereavement support.
We will never tell you how things “should be done” but will support you to understand and consider your choices, so that you can decide what is right for you and your friends and family. We understand that attention to detail is really important, from considering the way people enter the service to carefully calculating the journey time.
Full Circle Funerals is a female-led organisation and every member of our team has previously worked within health, social or pastoral care. We believe that this experience helps us to support people in a person-centered, emotionally intelligent and flexible way.
Give you the information and guidance you need about everything, from how to register the death to planning the funeral you want. We have supported people to create funerals across the United Kingdom and if we don’t immediately know the answer, we will find out what you need to know.
Be flexible to your needs and wishes and give you our time to help put your ideas into action. You can take as much control as you like. We are able to support families from across Yorkshire and are not regionally restricted, we can help you create an event at a time and place that is best for you.
Respect your personal beliefs, values and culture and ensure your requirements, and those of the person that has died, are reflected in the funeral. You may prefer a religious funeral, a more secular service or might want to include a number of different religious and spiritual perspectives within the same service.
Understand the specific needs of members of the LGBT community and in particular, we recognise that the most significant relationships may be different from those in a traditional family.
Help you to reflect on the life of the person who has died and enable you to create some positive memories to support you at a time when people can often feel sad and alone.
Support you to understand the wide range of options available to you while being transparent about prices throughout.