Ceremonies

Ceremonies

As part of the planning of a Resomation we arrange a suitable date for the return of the ashes of your loved one. This leaves you with the choice to conduct a memorial ceremony or celebration of life ceremony at a time and place that suits best.

Having chosen Resomation the Memorial ceremony or celebration of life ceremony can further enhance the wish for a green, eco-friendly transition or committal.

Many people ask us for ideas on a more green and sustainable ceremony and committal. Here are some ideas

Simple things like flowers being organically grown, without plastic wrapping or indeed picked from one’s own garden.

When you would like to keep your loved one close we suggest our bespoke handcrafted urn by local Potter Celtic Clays with a choice of keep sake urns for family members too

We can present the ashes is a biodegradable urn which is suitable for the scattering of the ashes at the place chosen by your loved one

If you and your loved one would like a tree planted along with their ashes, we have the The circle of Urn especially designed for such a fitting ceremony.
Our two favourite choices for a more green and eco-friendly burial are the Columbaria walls and the Natural burial grounds.

We understand that the memorial ceremony and final committal are a very important step in learning to live with enormous grief loss and sadness. Our team have personal and professional experience of loss, death and grief and we are right here to assist and support you every step of the way.

When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult to plan a memorial service to be a fitting tribute. There are many ways that a life can be celebrated, here are some suggestions to help you.

1. Hold a Memorial Ceremony on the Scattering Site
2. A Memorial Keepsake
3. Planting of a Memorial Tree