Burials are usually only permitted to take place in designated cemeteries, although in some cases they are permitted on large rural properties subject to approval from the local authority. If you don’t have an existing family grave or a pre-purchased reservation. We can arrange to purchase a new grave site in a cemetery of your choosing. Graves in most modern cemeteries are able to accommodate up to 3 interments subject to certain conditions and we will be able to give you guidance in relation to this.
Here are some points that you should think about when considering burial:
Cremation is growing in popularity in most urban areas. Some people feel that cremation is more preferable because land is conserved and the remaining family don’t have to worry about a grave. Others feel that cremation offers the opportunity for ashes to be placed in a location that may have some personal relevance. Most cemeteries also have an area set aside for memorials of ashes.
There are now many creative ideas regarding the placement of ashes or memorialisation in various styles of ornamental urns, jewellery, purpose built picture frames or memorabilia cases etc; it is even possible to have a diamond made from your loved ones ashes!
Here are some points that you should think about when considering cremation: