Specific information can be found at the Crewe Crematoria and Macclesfield Crematoria pages. We also have a separate brochure available entitled ‘Questions People Ask About Cremation’ or look at our frequently asked questions regarding the Cremation Process. This will answer any questions or doubts you may have regarding the process of cremation.
There are various options that exist for the cremated remains final resting place such as scattering, interment in a family grave, books of remembrance or other memorials. Bereavement Services staff or your funeral director will be able to advise you of your options, and it is recommended that you take time and give careful consideration to your choice.
We are now able to offer the bereaved a webcasting service – this allows the funeral to be broadcast on line anywhere in the world.
Cemetery and Crematoria Rules
For information on cemetery rules and regulations, please see our Cemetery and Crematoria Rules (PDF, 277KB).
“Did a great job and was very courteous. My family are most grateful to him for his prompt and efficient actions and for his caring attitude”
Gillian – Crewe
“I thought you might like to know how much we enjoy working with Pat and Tracey – your two recent recruits. I am aware that Pat had no previous experience but she appears to have taken to her new role extremely well. The chapel feels calm and well run and the funerals go through very efficiently.
They are both polite, kind and helpful and go the extra mile-nothing is too much trouble. They have made a very positive impact on the service we receive from your team overall.”