Celebration of Life
Our Oaks Pavilion celebration of life venue provides a quiet and respectful surrounding at such a difficult time.
Our wake venue Essex services are managed with compassion, sensitivity and understanding; because we know how distressing losing a loved one can be.
So, our considerate and experienced event staff are happy to discuss any requirements that you may have and
help take some of the stress of hosting the wake from your shoulders.
Our Celebration of Life Venue
Oaks Pavilion at Rivenhall Oaks provides the ideal celebration of life venue where you can gather with family and friends to remember the life of a loved one. With its own private entrance; spacious terrace and ample parking, the Oaks Pavilion wake venue Essex enjoys exceptional views over the golf course.
Rivenhall Oaks is located in the heart of Essex and less than one mile from Witham railway station. Our newly built Oaks Pavilion Function Suite is suitable for 30 to 200 people. The room can also be cleverly portioned by subtle dividers to give a more intimate feel, to suit the needs of you and your guests.
We understand that there is no harder time than when a loved one passes away. This is why our experienced Events team will be on hand to guide you every step of the way of your funeral wake.
We can offer a wide range of menu options for your funeral wake and are happy to adapt them to suit your requirements or personal favourites.
From a traditional afternoon tea; more substantial finger buffet or a favourite like fish and chips, we can cater for all tastes and budgets.
Allow us to help take away some of the stress at this difficult time.
The cost per person includes room hire; a private bar; table water and unlimited tea and coffee.
The Oaks Pavilion wake venue Essex at Rivenhall Oaks Golf Centre is conveniently located just off the A12 on the outskirts of Witham.
Colchester and Chelmsford are just 20 minutes away by car and London Liverpool Street station is a 45-minute train journey.
View our Celebration of Life venue brochure here: