Open day – Saturday 1 June 2024

Lea Fields Crematorium will welcome guests to an open day on Saturday 1 June.

During the open day, attendees will have the chance to tour the facilities at the site in Lea, near Gainsborough. Our knowledgeable staff will be available to answer questions and provide insights into the entire process, ensuring transparency and understanding for those considering cremation as an option.

Due to increased pressure on household finances and media advertising, Direct Cremations are becoming a popular choice for individuals and families planning a funeral. The open day is an opportunity for people to find out more about this and what it entails and how it may impact their family.

Making the right choice can be difficult without the correct knowledge or information, and our team can help answer some questions you may have.

The team along with local funeral directors will be available throughout the day answering any question on services, facilities, memorials offering guests the chance to look behind the scenes. They will be joined by artist Stephen Foley from Hilton Studios, who inscribes the entries into the Book of Remembrance.

Cllr Emma Bailey who represents Lea at West Lindsey District Council said:

“This event provides a unique opportunity for individuals and families to gain a deeper understanding of the cremation process, explore the various end of life choices and find out how the memorial option as available.

“Lea Fields Crematorium is a unique facility, which is the only one in West Lindsey and includes remembrance gardens, a reflection pool, a well-lit car park with CCTV, is located on Gainsborough Road, Lea. It offers a modern and tranquil setting enabling people to celebrate the lives of their loved ones, making a real difference to the bereaved at a difficult time in their lives.”

Every service held at Lea Fields Crematorium is treated with dignity and respect. The open day is for everyone to attend, with light refreshments being served throughout the day and a chance to enjoy the gardens that are situated on the hillside benefitting from striking views.

The open day will take place from 10am until 4pm.