This book is packed with loads of help and advice for anyone who doesn’t know what to do with cremation ashes. There are ideas for ceremonies, interesting ways of scattering or keeping ashes as well as unusual goodbyes such as Viking boats and fireworks.
Richard Martin, started blogging four years ago, and set up the website Scattering Ashes from his loft in Bristol, People started writing to him and asking him about what to do with their loved ones ashes. “I’ve been asked some weird and wonderful questions about cremation ashes and some of the research is pretty interesting”. But his knowledge has grown and he wanted to share this with others. This book is all about helping people to mark the passing of their loved in a way that is special and poignant to them
Charles Cowling, Editor of the Good Funeral Guide said “I think this is a very decent and instructive little book — and much needed. Ashes still stump people big time”
So if you want some help with organizing a scattering ceremony, want to understand the best way to scatter over water or just want to find out the best to celebrate the life of your loved one then this may help