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Restaurateur to take undertaking out of the ‘Victorian era’

Oliver Peyton determined to ‘breathe new life’ into sector

20th October, 2019
The Exit Here funeral home

Irish restaurateur Oliver Peyton has launched an undertakers business inspired by his years of hospitality experience.

Bright yellow caskets, Savile Row tailoring, organic farm burials or beach ceremonies are just some of the offerings at London based Exit Here.

Originally from Swinford Co Mayo, but based in Britain for years, Peyton is best known these days as a judge on the BBC’s Great British Menu television show but during the 1980s and 1990s he ran...

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