Planning Your Service

Our team is here to assist you at every step of organising a cremation. It is a difficult time, but we will do all we can to help.

There are some statutory essentials that need to be met and we will guide you through the process. For example, you need to register the death before a cremation date can be confirmed. Nonetheless, you can still make a start with some of the arrangements for the service.

Our ceremony hall, with its stunning views accommodates up to 160 people in a warm, tranquil setting. A further 80 people can follow the service on screens in our indoor waiting area.

We allow a full hour between services giving you plenty of time to gather, hold an appropriate ceremony and say your goodbyes before departing. There is no feeling of hurry and fluster. If you want, further time can be allocated.

We encourage you to personalise the service. The ceremony hall is a flexible space and can be dressed as you like with personal mementoes such as shoes, clothes, flags, guitars, etc.

Our audio system will provide the music with special memories for you and you can use our organist. Large screens allow you to show photographs or film during the service. For those that can’t make the service personally, we can record the event and have it available to view online for seven days following the date of the service. We can also provide you with a digital recording to keep.

We have an induction loop for the hard of hearing and can, of course, accommodate those with special mobility requirements.

We will do everything we can to help you celebrate the life that has passed in a way that is special to you. All we ask is that you discuss your wishes with our team or your funeral director in advance.