We are pleased to offer you;
- A ceremony hall that can seat more than 120 mourners, with ample standing room.
- Car parking for over 150 vehicles including accessible parking spaces, cycle racks and separate provision for horse drawn hearses
- Unhurried funeral services that are held every 60 minutes, allowing plenty of time for mourners to be seated and a maximum of 45 minutes for the service.
- Extended services available for an additional fee.
- Special arrangements for infant cremations.
- Services relayed outside to an undercover area with screens and speakers for large attendances.
- A facility to webcast the service throughout the world for relatives and friends living away. DVD copies of the webcast can be requested at a fee.
- Photographic tributes shown during the ceremony.
- A flower court for floral tributes.
- Hearing loop facilities for those with hearing aids.
- Dementia and disabled friendly (wheelchairs available).
- Ample toilets including accessible toilets, with baby change facilities in the waiting room.
- Well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome at our services.
- Bespoke ashes caskets are available. Please contact us for more information.
We welcome floral tributes. These tributes will be displayed on the day of the funeral and then are available to view in our grounds for seven days after.
Please contact the crematorium office if you wish the flowers to remain longer and we will see what can be arranged. Once removed from the display area the tributes are dismantled and the flowers composted. Where possible any remaining material is recycled.
Visitors may lay cut flowers on the lawns throughout the Garden of Remembrance but please be aware that these are removed by the staff once they have withered. We ask that you please first remove any wrapping so that these flowers can also be composted.
Flowers placed in the remembrance book room are also removed when withered, and are added to the compost area.
The crematorium is operated in accordance with the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management Charter for the Bereaved (pdf