Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
During these difficult times the only people who should be attending a funeral are immediate family members, or members of the same household. With this in mind we are offering free live webcasting of the funeral service. You will need to arrange this through your funeral director.
Read the latest advice on attending the crematorium and cemeteries, including advice on social distancing.
Read more about coronavirus (COVID-19).
The arrangement of a funeral service is a personal choice, and something that can be discussed with either your funeral director or the person chosen to conduct the service.
You may wish for the entire funeral service to take place at Medway Crematorium, or you may wish for a committal only service at the crematorium, with the service being held elsewhere beforehand.
Alternatively, you may not want a service at all, nor wish to attend the crematorium. To assist this we are happy to accommodate the coffin direct to our crematory.
We allocate an hour to all our funeral service slots. Our West Chapel runs on the hour and our East Chapel on the half hour.
From Monday 11 May we'll be offering 30 minute service slots at Medway Crematorium East Chapel. This will allow us to offer more services throughout the day.
Music is a significant part of a funeral service. Our chapels are equipped with an organ and an organist can be arranged by your funeral director.
They can play a variety of:
- classical music
- modern music
You will be able to use our digital music system which has an online library with a variety of songs to choose from.
At our chapels you can:
- use the large screen to display photos and videos
- live stream the service through a secure website
- watch the recorded live stream up to 28 days after the service