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Avalon reaches 2,000 reviews on Trustpilot

Trustpilot 5 Stars

Now with over 2,000 customer reviews on Trustpilot, Avalon is the UK’s most trusted funeral plan provider. 

With a TrustScore of 9.6 out of 10, Avalon has a higher rating than any other funeral plan provider in the UK. 98% of customers who left a review rated Avalon’s services ‘Excellent’ or ‘Great’.

As a registered member of the Funeral Planning Authority (FPA), Avalon has pledged to treat every customer with dignity and respect. Our representatives will give you all the information you need about our plans, so that you can make an informed decision that’s right for you.

“The representative was friendly, patient and well informed,” wrote Mr McLean, one of Avalon’s happy customers. “At no time was I put under any pressure to purchase a funeral plan. I would have no hesitation in recommending Avalon to my friends and family.”

“My first meeting with the Avalon representative was free from any worry. I was put at ease from the start,” wrote Ms Charnley, another customer who gave Avalon’s five stars. “The plans were given to me in details that I understood which made it easy to choose the right one for me. Any concerns I had were dealt with and at the end of the meeting I felt relief that my family will be taken care of when my life eventually ends. I will certainly recommend Avalon to family and friends.”

You can read more verified customer reviews on Trustpilot.

With an Avalon funeral plan, you can secure the cost of funeral director fees at today’s prices and pay contributions towards third-party costs, such as cremation fees. It’s a simple way to save your family money in the long run, and have a say in what your funeral will be like.

Find out more about Avalon’s range of funeral plans, or book an appointment by calling 0800 014 9112.


About the author

With a Masters from the University of Bristol, Jessica Hanson has worked in the funeral sector for several years, following the latest industry trends and writing about end of life planning. Jessica has previously written as a blogger for the Huffington Post, covering topics such as death positivity, understanding grief and how funerals are changing. You can find Jessica on LinkedIn and Twitter.