To mark the 60th anniversary of Upminster’s South Essex Crematorium they will be hosting a behind-the-scenes tour of the chapel and crematorium.

Apart from being historic in its own right, it also occasionally appears on the telly.

The tours are free and take place on 17th June, with slots available all day.

It is important to note that no photography will be allowed during the tour.

According to the TfL website, the local tube and train services to Upminster station will be running on the day, so no problems there.

To book a tour, go here

(NB, if you do go, then the rather wonderful Upminster Tithe Barn is also open on the same day)

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