With you every step of the way
A.B. Taylor


Our Funeral Options


There are a number of different crematoria available, the choice is yours. At A B Taylor Funeral Services we will make all of the arrangements necessary on your behalf. Also ensuring that the appropriate paperwork is in place prior to the cremation. We understand cultural procedures that are to be observed. Most of all we are always on hand for support and to discuss your individual requirements. Crematoriums are also used for Memorial Services, we can advise on this type of ceremony.


At A.B. Taylor will help you plan the funeral at every stage and discuss options. As well as funeral services for all faiths and denominations, and ceremonies for those who do not have a religious belief. 

Cremated Remains

After the cremation, people often choose to either bury or scatter the ashes. We are here to listen and offer guidance and advice with regards to the options available to you. You should be presented with a selection of locations for the burial of ashes. Such as, near a memorial plaque, within a Garden of Remembrance or a woodland burial site. Some people choose to take the ashes away with them. To either stay in the urn or to be scattered in a personal and private location. Either way, it is important that you do what is right for you, your family and your loved one. Call 0121 434 4340 for more information.

 Options To Suit You

Saying goodbye is never easy, but at A B Taylor we strive to offer you the best possible way to do so. Our dignified funerals, future planning and ceremonies come in a truly bespoke way.

Pre Arranged

Some make the decision to plan their funeral in advance to ensure that everything is carried out exactly to their wishes. Call 0121 66 36 433

Coffins & Caskets

Many people take comfort from placing personal items such as letters or photographs in the coffin, casket or urn with their loved one.


We are proud to provide a beautiful fleet of Rolls-Royce, Mercedes Hearses and Limousines for your loved ones final journey in the funeral cortege.