West Norfolk residents have an opportunity to find out more about Mintlyn Crematorium as it holds an open day.
Running on Saturday 10 June between 10am and 1pm, it is a chance for members of the public to explore the site which is owned and managed by the Borough Council.
Staff in the Chapel will explain what happens there, visitors will then be guided through the Crematory and discover how it works, finishing in flower court. Visitors can also walk around the grounds and see the Book of Remembrance Room.
Mintlyn opened in 1980 and has provided a sensitive and respectful service to thousands of local families. To ensure that the same service continues to be provided, visitors will be asked to share their views about what the service can do better or differently.
Bal Anota, the borough councillor responsible for property and corporate services, said: “This open day is ideal for people to visit and explore the beautiful grounds. Previous open days have been well received and seen 300 people pop in. Visitors can also learn more about how the Crematorium works, possibly ask some sensitive questions and maybe even seek some reassurance.”