The funeral you want and need to say goodbye

An ethical, independent and modern funeral service

 
Poetic Endings
 

Poetic Endings is an award-winning modern funeral service in London.  We empower you to have the funeral that you want and need because we believe that good funerals are incredibly important.

If you're looking for a modern, ethical and independent funeral director who is transparent, open-minded and flexible, get in touch and we'll see if we're a good match.  We're LGBTQIA friendly, a member of the Association of Green Funeral Directors and recommended by the Good Funeral Guide and the Natural Death Centre. In 2019, we were awarded the title of Best Female Led Modern Funeral Company in the Greater London Enterprise Awards.

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Asssociation of Green Funeral Directors
Natural Death Centre
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Fair Funerals pledge
Five stars

"Challenging the existing inadequacy of funerals on every level. Louise has created Poetic Endings to bring a beauty and an emotional intelligence to the experience of arranging a funeral, and this, together with her transparency, both personal and professional, means that this is an undertaker quite unlike any other in the London area."
Fran Hall, CEO, Good Funeral Guide

We aim to provide the very highest standards of care to the families and friends we work with and regularly receive feedback on how we're doing.  Read testimonials from the people we've worked with to put together truly unique funerals.

“Jo and Louise helped me plan and prepare for my husband’s funeral. From the initial two hour home visit by Jo to the funeral itself, they were just wonderful. I felt supported and cared for throughout the process, and their suggestions for a celebrant and florist were perfect. No question was too small, and their ideas and guidance were excellent. I would wholeheartedly recommend them to anyone who is unfortunately in this position – they will gently hold your hand and guide you from start to finish with love and sensitivity. Amazing women.”
Joanne, London