Barham Crematorium is a beautiful place of beauty and peace set within acres of manicured parkland with majestic views across the Elham Valley.
Built in the finest tradition, the Chapel is surrounded by beautiful gardens with rose beds, wide expanses of lawns and woodland.
This serene, natural parkland setting provides a place for peaceful contemplation all year round with the glorious displays from spring bulbs, to the summer fragrance of the rose gardens, this is a place of excellence, tranquillity and tradition.
Hawkinge Crematorium opened in 1956 on the site of an existing cemetery. The cemetery at Hawkinge Crematorium is still used for burial services today.
The crematorium is situated on the site of an old airfield used by Spitfire and Hurricane pilots during the Battle of Britain, and two of the gardens of remembrance are named after these planes. The film Battle of Britain was largely filmed at Hawkinge and the nearby Jackdaw public house.
The dedicated and caring staff treat every family with dignity and respect. At the service we will be there to help you every step of the way.
Charing Crematorium is a unique and beautiful place, set within natural woodland and surrounded by formal lawns, rose beds and an abundance of shrubs.
An Avenue of mature oak and beech trees form the entrance drive whilst the extensive grounds reach out on each side offering a peaceful and serene setting for quiet contemplation.
This is a place of excellence, tranquillity and tradition.
Based in Margate, Thanet Crematorium is managed by Thanet District Council.
The crematorium has one service chapel. Each service is booked for 30 minutes and is not limited to a particular religion, even offering non-religious services for those who wish to organise one.
If you book a service here then you will be given the option to play your music through the bespoke music system to give a modern effect.However, if you like the idea of having a more traditional service, then you can request for an organist to play.