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  • Writer's pictureAndi Hale

Wrabness could become home to new eco friendly 'green crematorium'




Tendring Council is considering a proposal for a new detached eco-friendly crematorium in Wrabness.


Situated at Oakfield burial ground in Ash Street - to the south of the already-approved chapel of rest building and ceremony hall.


Although not as well known, green crematoriums are a growing-in-popularity alternative.

John Acton (below) submitted the application for the new green crematorium to Tendring Council, three decades after receiving permission for an alternative green burial ground at Oakfield Wood, which has received an overwhelming response.

He said: “The world has got to stop using fossil fuels.

Visitor Centre Project

We are asking for your help to create a visitor centre on the Wrabness Nature Reserve to provide the necessary amenities and shelter from the elements to all those visiting both the Woodland of Remembrance at Oakfield Wood and the beautiful surrounds of this stunning Wildlife Trust site.

This wonderful Non-Profit project needs your help. Donations are required to bring this project to life and are greatly appreciated. Visit www.wilkojohnsonvisitorcentre.com to become a supporter. Don't forget to join our Newsletter group to be kept informed of all developments and project achievements.





For the full story read the article in The Harwich and Manningtree Standard here


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