We are a small independent funeral service who believe that a funeral director should be completely flexible and transparent about prices, to enable people to choose a funeral that truly reflects the individual that has died.
Family and friends being empowered throughout the process of planning a funeral can be a positive and fundamental part of the grieving process. At Full Circle Funerals, we are committed to giving you the opportunity to have as much hands-on involvement as you want, in deciding the best way to start to commemorate an important life.
LGBT friendly funerals
At Full Circle Funerals we believe that every life should be celebrated with dignity and love. As independent funeral directors, we are proud to arrange unique LGBT friendly funerals, whether it is a quiet goodbye or a celebration of life party.
We believe that planning a funeral can, with the right support and guidance, rove to be a positive and powerful experience. Rather than telling our clients how we think things should be done, we instead offer a wide range of options, designed to reflect the unique life and beliefs of the person that has died.
Whether the person that has died was a member of the LGBT community, or you yourself are, we want you to know that you are safe here.
We provide friends and family with a sympathetic, welcoming environment in which they are offered genuine choices. From the location of the funeral to flowers, transport and the words which are spoken, we will provide you with the support you need to plan a dignified and unique LGBT friendly funeral.
Whether you have in mind a large, full-on celebration of a life, or would prefer a simple ceremony, our options have been carefully designed to cater to all tastes and beliefs. The range of options we provide includes:
Cremations – we’ll work with you to help you plan a cremation, whether the service is held in a church or another venue of your choosing.
Traditional or natural burials – choosing a traditional burial still allows for creativity and we’ll help you add personal touches through your choice of location, transport and coffin to name but a few. Woodland, or natural burials are becoming increasingly popular and can be conducted by a religious or non-religious celebrant or by friends and family.
Non-religious and religious funerals – a wide range of choices are available; covering where a funeral takes place, who conducts and composes the ceremony. As part of the funeral planning process we’ll work with you to help you decide where and when you’d like to hold the funeral service and whether you’d like to use a professional celebrant to conduct the ceremony yourself.
Sympathetic help from an LGBT friendly funeral director
These are just examples of the many choices available and as an LGBT friendly funeral director, we’ll provide as much help as you’d like to plan and create a memorable funeral which reflects the life of the person who has died.
Every person and every situation is unique and with this in mind we believe in providing an inclusive, highly personal service, designed to offer the level of support and guidance you need. Our funeral home in Guiseley has been specially created to provide a calm and peaceful place in which our clients feel comfortable spending time. We have several rooms which can be used to discuss the options with you, along with two rooms available for you to spend time with your loved one if you wish.
If you would like to find out more about our LGBT friendly funerals, don’t hesitate to get in touch for further information. As a small independent funeral service, we believe that a funeral director should be fully flexible, empowering people to choose the funeral they want and which reflects the unique life of the person who has died.
We offer lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender funerals: