Chapel dedicated in special community service
The community in Acle came together for a special dedication service of the Chapel of Rest at the East of England Co-op Funeral Services, on The Street.
The dedication was led by the Reverend Martin Greenland from the Acle and Bure to Yare Benefice.
Other guests included those from the local Council, care homes, hospices, neighbours and members of the funeral profession, as well as The British Legion and local ministers. Visitors took the opportunity to talk to the local funeral team over tea and cake at the warm and welcoming premises. They were also able to meet with the East of England Co-op’s Civil Celebrants.
Funeral Arranger Tamara Mills, said: “The local community has been so welcoming since we opened our doors in July. Acle has a real community feel - I was really pleased to take part in Carol’s on the Green at Christmas, raising money for St Martins, and the charity night for Foxy Lodge animal charity in Hemsby. It’s great to feel so involved and meet the local residents.”
If you were unable to make the open day, local residents are welcome to call in to the branch for expert advice on funeral arrangements, guidance on monumental masonry, pre-paid funeral plans – or simply to say hello.
Local families have been putting their trust in the East of England Co-op Funeral Services for over 90 years, and are proud to provide excellent levels of service, care and reassurance when it’s needed most.
The East of England Co-op Funeral Services Acle branch is open from 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday, with a free care line available every hour of every day on 0800 0744362.
If you would like to arrange a meeting please call into the branch or you can contact Tamara directly on 01493 886503.