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 […]

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Natural burial site for ashes: Cardiff & The Vale – South Wales

Looking for a natural/ green burial site for the interment of ashes? We have teamed up with a recommended natural (green) burial company that offers this service. Situated on the western edge of Cardiff at the top of the Tumble above Culverhouse Cross. The site blends perfectly into the  surrounding landscape of the Vale of Glamorgan […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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 […]