Christmas Memorial Service at Chelmsford Crematorium

Chelmsford City Council is inviting residents to a special Christmas service at Chelmsford Crematorium.

The Christmas Memorial Service will be held at the crematorium on Sunday 9 December from 2pm. The service will take place in the South Chapel and will include Christmas carols and songs. Names of loved ones will be read out in a candle-lit act of remembrance.

An offering will be taken for local charities and seasonal refreshments will be served after the service in the North Chapel. Everyone is welcome to attend and those requiring a seat are advised to arrive early. Doors will open at 1pm.

If you would like to provide the name of a loved one to be read out during the Christmas Service, please contact 01245 605630, or alternatively names can be taken upon your arrival.

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