One of the many fallouts of the coronavirus pandemic has been the general sense of uncertainty it has caused us all. We’re not sure what life will be like in coming months and what the ‘new normal’ will mean.
In addition to the bearing on wellbeing, there’s also an impact on long-term financial planning, including savings and investments.
If all this sounds familiar, it might be worth considering a funeral plan which offers both emotional and practical reassurance. A plan allows you to tailor make your funeral arrangements at today’s prices.
Instead of some insurance policies or over 50s plans – which may not cover the average cost of a funeral – our Funeral Plan makes sure that whenever it is used, the full cost is covered if Lincolnshire Co-op arrange the funeral and the requirements haven’t changed.
Boston Funeral Director Alan Barks said: “It’s about trust. Clients make the arrangements with Lincolnshire Co-op – their local co-op – and they know we’ll be the ones carrying them out.
“We’ve been around for over 150 years and many of our clients seem to appreciate that security.”
A funeral plan can also offer emotional security. You can rest assured that all arrangements have been taken care of, so your loved ones aren’t left with difficult decisions.
“When they come to use them, families are relieved to know the arrangements have been made,” said Carla Kennedy, Gainsborough Funeral Director.
Between 1st April and 30th April 2021, we’re offering members a minimum £200 discount or a minimum £200 dividend on funeral director’s charges when you buy a Lincolnshire Co-op funeral plan, depending on which payment option you choose.
Find out more on our website or contact your local branch – www.lincolnshire.coop/funeral
Terms and conditions apply.
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