Did you know? You can hold the funeral wherever you like
Who knew? You don't have to hold a funeral in a church or a crematorium. Below we've listed just a few alternatives to traditional options. These venues are willing to host funerals and/or wakes and will be flexible in catering to your needs.
If you're interested in arranging a funeral that's out of the ordinary, get in touch.
Derelict beauty by candelight
Also known as Asylum, this crumbling 19th century chapel in South London is full of character. Walk through a square of almshouses lined with Victorian gas lamps to arrive at the chapel, which was bombed during the Blitz.
A return to nature
Return to nature, as nature intended. Take your pick from meadows, green pastures and woodland. Most natural burial grounds are flexible and will do what they can to cater to your requirements.
The Roost is a four floor Victorian pub with a wealth of beautiful original features, an eclectic mix of wall finishes, statement wallpapers and bold art work.
Stylish and artistic
Housed in a fine Georgian building, the William Morris Gallery is the only gallery in England dedicated to the leader of the Arts and Crafts movement.
Home sweet home
We can arrange a yurt, have a bonfire, prepare a BBQ or do exactly what you want to do. There'll be no time restrictions and you'll be in a space that's special to you.
Impressive Grade 1 pumping station
This remarkable museum still houses the working remains of Britain's industrial heyday including the 90 inch steam powered Cornish Engine. The Victorian engines can even be in steam if requested.
Affordable community space in wooded garden
Mycenae House is an historic building within the grounds of beautiful public gardens in the Blackheath Westcombe Ward in South East London.
Urban wildlife and idyllic views
An urban oasis for wildlife and people, just ten minutes from Hammersmith. 42 hectares of scenic lakes, pools and meadows are complemented by first rate facilities and ample free parking.