Rose Garden Ashes Graves
Our Rose Gardens are situated within our Gardens of Remembrance, where twenty-five rose beds reside within a box mown lawn to make a very attractive and tranquil flower garden.
Historically the Rose Beds have been used for the scattering of ashes, however, this is now only permitted if a close family member has already been scattered there.
We have recently introduced very attractive ashes graves situated within the Rose Gardens themselves. These offer families the opportunity to inter ashes in this very peaceful and picturesque setting. Alternatively, a memorial can be placed as a lasting tribute for loved ones whose ashes have already been scattered on the Rose Beds.
The ashes graves can hold up to two sets of ashes, and a small tablet-size memorial can be erected with a flower holder.
The memorials are Rose Granite and only natural flower tributes are permitted to complement the floral theme of the Rose Garden.
Further information can be found here.