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At Health Enrich, we have over 15 years of experience in pre-paid funeral plans. We only deal with providers that are part of the FPA (funeral planning authority) as their function is to safeguard money paid by customers to providers so when the time comes, their funeral is provided in conjunction with the plan. This means any plan purchased through Health Enrich will be in safe hands. When the time comes, both the fund and the arrangements will be carried out as you intended.

No Medical Checks

There are no medicals that come with our funeral plans, everyone is accepted. There are different payment options and providers to choose from. One of our payment options is to spread the cost over a number of years. We offer a face to face service when possible and will discuss your options in a non-sales environment, giving you a clear understanding of your options. We truly care about what we do and pride ourselves on our personal service.

Book a free visit to discuss funeral plans with a consultant at no obligation.

European Coverage

We also offer a full funeral coverage service to people considering their retirement abroad, our plans will cover you in most European countries so that you can feel relaxed about your care plan in a large variety of locations.

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Planning ahead spares financial burden on you and your loved ones ensuring peace of mind.

Let’s be honest, dying isn’t something any of us like to dwell on. Yet, with the cost of dying soaring by seven times the cost of living, it’s easy to understand why it’s necessary to know your options. 140,000 people per year in the UK purchase pre-paid funeral plans due to worries about the rising costs. Since 2004, the average cost of a funeral has risen by 87%.*with the rising costs to consider, it’s no surprise that most of us are simply unable to cover that cost outright. In fact, out of the 580,000 annual deaths in the UK, the number of people who can’t afford to pay for a funeral has risen 50% since 2010. Rising from 40,621 people to 81,242, with the average shortfall now standing at around £2,371.

*Sourced: Sun Life Cost of dying report 2015

Find out how to lift the burden off your shoulders.

Help for your loved ones

The death of a loved one is a sad and distressing time; people want to remove this emotional burden from their loved ones. It’s a wonderful way to put your mind at ease whilst you’re still around. Paying for your funeral in easy instalments saves your family the pain of doing anything other than remembering you. Pre-paid funeral plans also allow you to put your own stamp on how your send-off should be.