Waveney Memorial Park & Crematorium hosted a Scottish piper to play during a service today; the distinct sound of the bagpipes echoed across the whole of the memorial park, it was wonderful.
Thank you to all that attended the Waveney Memorial Park and Crematorium Official Opening, which was a lovely day and very well supported. I would also like to say a big thank you to The Right Reverend Dr Mike Harrison
Friday May 6th, Kirkleatham Memorial Park and Crematorium, Yearby, North Yorkshire, accepted a donation of Poppy seeds from the Co-operative Funeralcare, Guisborough. The poppy seeds are to be scattered in the natural burial area within the grounds of the Memorial Park,
Article by Kelly Williams, first published on www.dailypost.co.uk on May 3rd 2016. St Asaph, Denbighshire, £4.25m crematorium opened today, 3rd May 2016. The site on Glascoed Road could cut funeral waiting times by up to three weeks in Denbighshire. This
A flamboyant crematoria boss has hit back at government attacks over the cost of funerals pushing poorer families into worry inducing debt. By JAMES MURRAY, The Sunday Express Howard Hodgson rejected claims that funerals were too expensive. An all party work
Leading Bereavement Expert Says MPs’ Report On The State of Funeral Provision Is Inaccurate As British Funeral Culture Is Changing Rapidly Howard Hodgson highlights increasing use of Low Cost Direct Cremation to cut funeral costs. In the wake of the recent