Our dedicated staff team are committed to providing a professional and personal service for all of our visitors, sympathetic to all who have been bereaved. We understand that the circumstances occasioning a visit to Rushcliffe Oaks can make it a very difficult time and our mission is to make sure that everything runs smoothly and calmly.
Should you wish to visit our facilities and grounds, our team can arrange to show you around and answer any questions you may have.
Crematorium ManagerRhonda has many years experience of working with families in very difficult circumstances and will do everything possible to make the final journey the best it can be. In these beautiful surroundings at Rushcliffe Oaks we are here to provide a fitting tribute to every family that gives us the privilege of sharing in their loved one's final journey. Rhonda would like families to leave us assured that their loved one will be treated with the utmost dignity and respect whilst in our care.
Senior AttendantClare joined the team after working for 20 years in customer service, moving into funeral provision for the last two years as she felt this is where she could help people the most, by providing the best possible care to families at the hardest point of their life. Clare loves the outdoors and is proud to work in such a beautiful and natural space as Rushcliffe Oaks.
AttendantTony worked in Rushcliffe Customer Services for over 10 years, and previously worked at another crematorium, a cemeteries office, and a funeral directors, all of which he enjoyed immensely. Being part of the Rushcliffe Oaks team has given Tony the opportunity to combine his skills and experience to provide the best care and support at the time it's needed most. Tony is most at home working in the background, looking after the details and making sure your ceremony runs as smoothly as possible.
AttendantAndrew joined Rushcliffe Oaks as a crematorium attendant after many years of service with a local funeral director. He has lived in the local community for nearly 20 years and has a desire for Rushcliffe Oaks to be known as a place of care, compassion and peaceful tranquillity.
Comfort DogMaisie is an adorable nine-year-old Shih Tzu who works part-time at Rushcliffe Oaks in the important role of comfort dog. She is a calming presence, with a compassionate demeanour, bringing love and support to those who need it during difficult times.
QualificationsAll of our (human!) staff are ICCM-qualified Cremation Technicians.