COVID 19 NOTICE
In line with current government guidance our Crematoriums remain open with some restrictions to ensure the safety of our customers and staff.
Our beautiful remembrance gardens have been meticulously maintained for the benefit of our mourners and for the people to enjoy during their recreational time.
We have introduced a range of ‘COVID Secure’ protocols to help minimise the risk of people catching COVOD 19. Specifically our funeral services have a maximum of up to 30 mourners, which is maintained via our venue management procedures and in line with our associated Funeral Directors who operate a Track & Trace Register prior to the day of the funeral service.
In addition we operate our venues with the appropriate social distancing guidelines and face coverings that are required to be worn inside our chapels and during times of close proximity. Some of our facilities may be restricted during this time and when government guidance is further relaxed, we will endeavour to bring these areas back on line at the earliest opportunity.
For specific information and to answer any queries, we recommend that you contact the specific crematorium directly where our teams will be pleased to assist you.
The London Cremation Company plc is Great Britain’s oldest cremation authority and its principal activities are carrying out cremations and providing memorials at its crematoria.
It owns and operates crematoria at Woking, Surrey, Great Britain’s first crematorium, its most famous at Golders Green in London, St Marylebone in London, Banbury in North Oxfordshire, Garden of England in Sittingbourne, Kent, and Thames View Crematoria and Cemetery in Gravesend Kent.
The ultimate parent undertaking is The Cremation Society of Great Britain (a registered charity no. 209978) which is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated in Great Britain and registered in England and Wales. The Cremation Society of Great Britain is this Company’s controlling party.