Independent funeral directors for Harold Wood
Bennetts Funeral Directors are one of the most highly recommended funeral directors in Essex.
Complete our funeral plan for FREE
It’s easy to plan and document your funeral wish list completely FREE OF CHARGE.
Say what you would like to happen before, during, and after your funeral on one simple list.
The Bennetts Funeral Directors wish list is cost-free and a great alternative to the pre-paid funeral plan.
Call our funeral home for an appointment or complete the form online.
How can we help you?
Contact us online or call our office on 01708 872199
How much does a funeral cost?
Choices made when making funeral arrangements will determine the final cost of the funeral. Bennetts Funeral Directors are committed to providing the highest quality affordable, funeral services, supporting you with compassion and openness.
Whilst planning and arranging a funeral, we will advise on funeral costs, keeping you informed throughout.
The Bennett’s Tribute Garden
The Bennetts Tribute Garden has been created to enable you to send condolences, share memories and remember together to commemorate your loved one.
Low-cost funeral director for Harold Wood. A family run business since 1891
Offering a full free advisory service given to traditional funerals, woodland burials, cremation or any other type of funeral, we provide funeral transport, flowers, coffins and caskets and memorial masonry and pre-paid funeral plans. We are a low-cost funeral director Harold Wood offering many affordable funeral options. If you need advice on any of the above, then make Bennetts Funeral Directors & Undertaker Services your first call… we are here to help.
Covering all of Essex, Bennetts are award-winning funeral directors for Harold Wood
Bennetts in your community, your local Harold Wood funeral director
Jane Bennett managing director of Bennetts Funeral Directors has implemented a legacy for the benefit of the local community. At times it’s meant rolling up her sleeves, donning Wellies or dusting off her walking boots, and at others, ditching footwear altogether for the red-hot embers of Brentwood Community Firewalk.