Roses provide a traditional form of remembrance.
They are arranged in communal beds and marked with a dedication plaque. Cremated ashes are normally scattered near by.
A variety of trees have been planted in our gardens to provide a living, natural memorial. Each surrounded by granite setts and marked with a dedication plaque. Cremated remains of loved ones may be scattered or interred with the memorial, dependant on the tenure period.
These individual memorial gardens have been created to provide a private area for you to visit and tend.
A choice of 4 gardens are available; pebble, woodland, family and private. The gardens vary in size and location and can accommodate between 2 and 6 sets of ashes. The staff at the crematorium would be pleased to discuss the best option for your needs.
A range of smaller granite memorials, including vases for displaying cut flowers, are designed for placing alongside a tree, rose or in a family garden or as an alternative to the traditional plaque. They may also be used to mark the ashes burial plot with a private space.