Lea Fields Crematorium is proud to present its brand-new brochure for families considering a service or memorial in West Lindsey.
The brochure, ‘A space to reflect’ contains information on the facilities, services, site map and memorial options available to those who need it. The aim is to help guide families through the difficult process of saying goodbye and give reassurance that loved ones will be taken care of at this special place in Lea.
On the front cover of the brochure is the beautiful building, set in its peaceful hillside location, which provides a calm and tranquil space.
The team at Lea Fields receive a lot of enquiries from people wanting to know more about the services on offer especially from people who are keen to attend the open days to find out more. The team are delighted by the interest the brochure has garnered and have already distributed more than 200 copies to funeral homes to help families make informed choices.
The facility, which is owned and run by West Lindsey District Council, is the only facility in the district. Councillor Emma Bailey, who represents the Lea ward, is thrilled with the design of the brochure and what it means to families going forward. She said:
“The Lea Fields Crematorium brochure not only showcases the brilliant work the team do, but also the services and beautiful memorials they offer. They are a hard-working team who are committed to maintaining a high standard of customer care and this is reflected in this new brochure.”
Deborah Balsdon, Crematorium Manager at Lea Fields Crematorium said:
“We are delighted with the result and believe that families will find the brochure useful. It’s important people have access to helpful information regarding our services and memorials to help make informed choices. We aim to have an electronic copy uploaded on our website in the near future.
“We appreciate that this is not a topic that people like to discuss, but we are a dedicated and passionate team who are committed to delivering the highest of standards and are always willing to help wherever possible.”
You can phone 01427 676500, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Lea Fields, if you have any questions or wish to request a brochure.