Meaningful services to reflect your special someone

A range of options available in Bedford , Milton Keyes & Newport Pagnell

Clear & Supportive Guidance
Compassionate Funeral Planning
Large Variety of Funeral Services
Dedicated Local Family-Run Business
Simple Funeral »

Simple funerals are planned around lower budgets but without compromising on the integrity… Read More

Traditional Funerals »

Traditional funerals follow a set structure, comprising viewings, the funeral service, a burial… Read More

Themed Funerals »

Themed funerals are the perfect way to lay someone to rest in a… Read More

Woodland Burial »

Woodland burials are a perfect way to lay to rest someone who has… Read More

Repatriation »

If someone dies abroad, then their family may well want to have their… Read More

Burial at Sea »

A burial at sea or a scattering of ashes at sea is a… Read More

Direct Cremation »

For some, a funeral service isn’t the best option – maybe you’re still… Read More

Religious Funerals »

For many families, religion was an important part of the life of their departed loved… Read More

Non-Religious Funerals »

Here at Haseldine Funerals, we help you arrange non-religious funerals that respect your… Read More

Our Choice Of Funeral Services

When it comes to laying someone to rest, there’s an array of options available. From simple funerals to themed services, cremations and woodland burials, Haseldine Funeral Services are able to fulfil every wish and meet every need. Whether you know exactly what type of service you’d like or need help deciding, we’re here to assist you. For more information about the different types of burial services, cremation services and funeral options, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.



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Call us on 01234 757 529 or request a callback using the form below

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Address: 192 High Street Cranfield Bedford Bedfordshire MK43 0EN

FAQs & Advice

Arranging a funeral can be complex and daunting, whether it’s for a loved one or for yourself. We’ve compiled a list of our most frequently asked questions here:

When a person dies, it is naturally a very upsetting and emotional time. Unfortunately, during this time important decisions need to be made regarding the funeral arrangements. From the first call to us, we will take the burden of legalities and formalities away giving you the time to concentrate on the important and personal choices.
If the death is expected and happens at home a doctor or medical professional must formally confirm this before we are able to take the person into our care. If the person’s doctor’s surgery is open, contact them asking for a doctor to attend. If the surgery is closed phone 111 where you will be transferred to your local out of hours service. Once the death has been confirmed, we can come when you are ready. If the death occurs at a care or nursing home the staff will take care of this for you.
If the death is sudden or unexpected, the coroner may become involved - this is a formality and nothing to worry about. The police will usually attend on their behalf, ask relevant questions, ensure that everything is in order and complete all of the necessary documentation. Once the death has been confirmed, the police will arrange for the person who has died to be taken to the nearest main hospital where investigations into the cause of death will be carried out. When you feel ready, you can contact us. We will then liaise with the coroner and hospital and bring the person into our care when given clearance. If you feel ready, funeral arrangements may be made before this happens.
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