Doing everything

possible to support you


The team

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The staff at Lelley Fields strive to create an environment where everyone is respected and respectful. They understand that arranging and attending funerals is a difficult and emotional time and do everything possible to support, in whatever way they can. The team has extensive experience, so feel free to ask anything without fear of embarrassment.

Christine started her crematorium career in 2000 when she left college. Her grandfather saw an advert in the local paper for a trainee crematorium technician and encouraged Christine to apply. She did – and has been working in the industry ever since.

She recognises the privilege and responsibility of looking after people who have been bereaved and is dedicated to ensuring they have the best possible experience at what can be the worst possible time.

Christine is focussed on making Lelley Fields an asset to the local community, providing education and support around death and bereavement and also around gardening and ecology. Her vision is for Lelley Fields to host events such as pop-up art galleries and be used as a community venue, keeping the doors wide open for everyone.

Lucy left university in 2014, began work as a funeral arranger soon after and hasn’t looked back since. She joined East Riding of Yorkshire Council Cemeteries department in 2020 when Lelley Fields Crematorium was in the initial planning stages, so has been involved since day one.

The honour of caring for someone who has died and ensuring they are given respect and dignity gives Lucy great satisfaction. She is passionate about helping people to feel at ease when talking about the difficult subject of death and does all she can to make Lelley Fields a welcoming environment.

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Carrie Bould


Carrie has worked for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council for over 13 years as an Administration Assistant. In this time she has enhanced her customer service skills which will enable her to comfort and support the family and friends of the deceased during some of the most difficult times they are likely to face.

Carrie considers herself to be a caring person and wants to ensure that peoples loved ones will be treated with dignity and respect. Carrie is looking forward to this new chapter in her life and becoming a part of the Lelley Fields Crematorium.

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Richard Daniel


Born and raised in Hull, East Yorkshire, Richard retired from the Royal Air Force after a 25-year career, during which he completed numerous tours in various hostile environments.

Next came 10 years with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service working on the front-line Emergency Ambulances, before joining the East Riding of Yorkshire Council as a Crematorium Officer.

Richard feels extremely privileged to become part of the team and help others. He aims to provide an exceptional service so that people can say goodbye to their loved ones, knowing they’ll be treated with the utmost respect and kindness.

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Jane Jackson


Jane retired from the Police Service after 29 years in March 2022 and although she loved retirement, she missed being part of a team and helping the public. Having seen the advert for the Crematorium open event she attended not really knowing what to expect.

Having listened to what was being said by Christine and Lucy she recognised how passionate they were about their jobs, and found their enthusiasm catching. Jane believes it is an honour to carry out a person’s last wishes with care and dignity and to help the families in their time of grief.

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Paul Jacklin


Paul left the Armed Forces in 1994 and turned to gardening as a new career, studying at Bishop Burton College in horticulture and then working in varied rolls within the industry.

Joining the East Riding Council in 2019 as a seasonal groundsman led Paul to a role in the cemeteries grounds team.

With a love of wildlife and the great outdoors, Paul is looking forward to developing Lelley Fields into a place of peace and serenity where people and nature come together.

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Dan Mabey


After leaving school in 1996, Dan began his career in grounds maintenance and gardening, which has spanned more than 26 years. He has several qualifications covering various areas of horticulture and gained experience in grounds duties at Chanterlands Avenue Crematorium, where he worked for 15 years.

Dan has been familiar with cemeteries since his childhood, thanks to his father who worked as a gravedigger and groundsman for Greenwich Council in London. He has a keen eye for detail and aims to create a pleasing and tranquil environment, where people can reflect on loved ones whilst taking in the views.

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David Beckwith


After a ten-year career in hospitality and three years achieving a degree in nursing, David searched for a career change that he would enjoy as much as hospitality but was also as rewarding as nursing,

A career in bereavement ticked all the right boxes, allowing him to commit himself to the public, offering a clean and safe environment for friends and families to mourn loved ones. David is looking forward to delivering a compassionate, modern service to the local public.

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Brian Kellington


Brian started his career as an electrician, before moving into building maintenance for a large department store in Hull. After gaining valuable experience at a hotel chain in Newcastle, he returned to Hull as a site facilities officer for Hull University and Hull Collaborative Academy Trust.

At Lelley Fields, Brian maintains the high standards of the building inside and out, keeping it clean and safe and ensuring everyone visiting us can enjoy the tranquil surroundings.