Guide to Funeral Directors in Swansea

Swansea is the second largest city in Wales with an estimated population of 241,300. There are around 24 funeral directors in and around Swansea, serving bereaved families and individuals during their time of need.

Swansea is a diverse city, boasting Chinese, Bangladeshi, Indian and African communities. Ten per cent of Welsh Muslims live in Swansea, with its Bangladeshi communities centered around the Landore and Castle areas of the city, while many Chinese residents live in Sketty and Uplands areas. Swansea has more recently become home to many people from Eastern Europe. Consequently, there are several local funeral directors in Swansea offering services to meet the needs of these diverse communities.

Places of worship in Swansea include the Anglican Parish Church of St James, the Roman Catholic St Joseph’s Cathedral as well as Baptist and Methodist churches. The main mosque and Islamic community centre is located on St Helen’s Road and there is a Guru Nanak temple on Peniel Green Road, which serves the needs of the city’s Sikh community.

Swansea City Council manages several local cemeteries with burials available at Morriston, Kingsbridge, Rhydgoch and Coedgwilym. The local crematorium can be found at Morriston Cemetery in the north of the city, while the woodland site at Oystermouth on Newton Road in Mumbles offers green burials in an environmentally-friendly, natural setting.

Search using your postcode or area to find local funeral directors in Swansea. You can then order results by best rated, most reviewed or nearest to you to see what is available in your local area. Click on a funeral director’s profile to learn more about the services they provide, read independent customer reviews, and find out how to contact them to discuss funeral arrangements for your loved one.

Nearest Funeral Directors (Swansea)