Tag Archives: Wales

natural burial site

Natural ashes burial site: Usk Castle Chase Monmouthshire:

Looking for natural ashes burial? We have teamed up with a recommended natural (green) burial company that offers this service. The site of Usk Castle Chase offers tranquility within the glorious Monmouthshire countryside. Unhurried, peaceful and private it offers something gentler. A place of escape away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Set […]

scattering ceremony

A ceremony in the Sirhowy Valley

It is not often a family scattering ceremony is reported unless there is some mishap or there is a celebrity involved. This story appeared in the South Wales Argus, a family from Gwent scatter the ashes of their relative on Sirhowy River in near Blackwood. Apparently, they were the first to be granted permission by […]

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Tenby, Pembrokeshire: South Wales Coast

Location Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South Wales  Area of operation Up to 15 miles from Tenby Harbour Type of boat Traditional, Clinker-built wooden motor boat Duration of trip  Tailored to customer needs Capacity of boat 28 passengers Refreshments  Available by prior arrangement (local produce & alcohol licence) Additional info This beautiful boat provides a fitting and peaceful setting […]

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Cardiff Bay: South Wales Coast

  Location Cardiff Bay Area of operation Bristol Channel & Severn Estuary Type of boat 9m Rigid-hull Inflatable Boat (RIB) Duration of trip Subject to customer’s requirements, usually 1 hour (please allow 1 ½ hours in total) Capacity of boat 12 passengers Refreshments Not available but as it is situated in Cardiff Bay there are […]

crematoria getting rid of unwanted ashes

The Statutory Duty of English and Welsh Cremation Authorities in relation to the Disposal of Ashes

This is a direct lift from the appropriate legislation including instrument number and revoked legislation, it is actually quite clear: (c) HM Government The Cremation (England and Wales) Regulations 2008 SI No. 2841 Came into force  – 1st January 2009 PART 6 Disposal of ashes 30.—(1) Subject to paragraph (2), after a cremation the cremation authority must give […]