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I beg your pardon

I can not promise you a rose garden. It’s truth I can’t! the The Royal National Rose Society gardens in St Albans Hertfordshire, does not allow people, who aren’t members, to scatter cremation ashes in the gardens. Shame but there you are. I suppose one could become a member before hand if you wanted this to be your […]

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Not getting it right at Nubble Light

Divers in York, Maine find evidence people have not got scattering at sea quite right. Divers are finding sealed plastic bags with peoples cremated remains un-scattered at the beauty spot of N. On the Maine coast – Cape Neddick Sohier Park. Apparently these unsuccessful scatterings has happened on at least two occasions the first time […]

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California scattering ashes at sea – law

 – Change in the law for burial at Sea California State law signed off on the 10 July 2012. Backed by the Funeral Directors Association, legislation has been brought in to establish a protocol for scattering ashes at sea. It would appear that people have been using standard sealed plastic container or poly-urns to scatter […]

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Scattering ashes around scared tree in New Zealand

Scattering not welcome around the sacred tree: New Zealand residents asked not to scatter ashes around sacred tree for environmental and religious reasons The famous Kauri tree, Tane Mahuta is where many New Zealander would choose to scatter their cremation ashes. The tree which stands at over 50 metres tall seems to resonate among many […]

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Scatter ashes at Cricket Grounds our new page

The thwack of Leather on Willow. The halcyon days of an English summer. This wonderfully evocative sport has its routes deeply intertwined with the fabric of the English nation (sorry those from Glamorgan I am generalising). We have put pages up on which horse racing venues and football grounds allow the spreading of ashes and […]

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Scattering ashes at sea

We asked you whether you would prefer to have your ashes scatter over the sea, a river or a canal. It turns out that 70% would prefer the sea and the rest said river – no one said a canal. Why the Sea and and why not the canal? I guess the sea resonates more […]

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Can you scatter ashes at Twickenham?

It must be every English Rugby Union fan’s dream to have their ashes scattered at Twickenham. They do have a policy and due to the demand it is pretty restrictive, however I for one was touched and impressed at what they had decided. This is what they said: The RFU Council has a policy for […]

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Ashes at Aintree Racecourse

It is good news and it is simple, Aintree the home of the Grand National Horse race says yes to the scattering of cremation ashes. It is possible to scatter ashes at the Aintree Racecourse.  Please contact the grounds team, who will arrange a time for this to take place at a convenient part of the […]

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Bard Humbug

Sad news for all you fans of Shakespeare, unfortunately the Trust that runs the properties in Stratford upon Avon has informed us that ‘[They] do not allow the scattering of ashes at any of the Shakespeare properties.’ . A shame but I guess they don’t have much space and a lot of visitors. Perhaps you could […]

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Cheltenham Races – gets a gold star

Good news – it would appear that Cheltenham Racecourse allows scattering of cremated funeral ashes, here is what they say: ” We allow the scattering of ashes at Cheltenham Racecourse. There is no charge however there are restrictions as to when they can do this. We don’t permit it during race meetings or either the […]

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Thank Kew – Scattering at Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens: permit ashes to be scattered. This can be arranged by emailing commemorative@kew.org or by calling Lauren Bond on 020 8332 3645. It can be done on any day, and while there is no specific notice period the earlier the better as only one scattering per day is permitted. At Kew ashes can be scattered in […]

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Policy position: Historic Environment Scotland

  Historic Environment Scotland is non-departmental public body established under the Historic Environment Scotland Act 2014 being a registered charity (Scottish Charity number SC045925) and having its principal office at Longmore House, Salisbury Place, Edinburgh EH9 1SH. Scattering of ashes is permitted at many historic sites in our care, however it should be noted that […]

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Scattering Ashes at West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion Football Club (The Baggies) West Bromwich Albion have a garden of remembrance at The Hawthorns which is where ashes can be scattered and small plaques left for loved ones that have passed away. The garden is situated in the corner of the East stand car park. Ashes can be scattered at any […]

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Scattering Ashes Manchester City FC

There is a Memorial Garden available at the Stadium for families of fans to spread ashes and take time to remember. This garden is located outside Entrance  at The Colin Bell Stand. The Garden has been created by volunteers, including staff at the Club and local businesses. The Garden is maintained by staff at the […]

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Scattering Ashes – Welsh Historic Sites

Good news for those from Wales and lovers of welsh historic sites, Cadw the organisation that looks after 130 historic welsh sites have a policy and a procedure – as follows: Written requests (by letter or email – please see details below) to be made to Cadw, with basic information including which site the family/friends wish to carry out the […]

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Scatter ashes – National Trust for Scotland

This is what the National Trust for Scotland have to say: The Trust has no formal policy which would cover all situations across the wide range of properties that we have responsibility for in Scotland.  The Trust is respectful of peoples’ wishes but must have regard for a wide range of issues including the environmental […]

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Scattering Ashes – Arsenal FC

Here is what the Gunners have to say on the matter of scattering cremation ashes at the Emirates Stadium… Ashes are not interred or scattered at Emirates stadium. Also, there is no memorial plaque within the Stadium for individual memorials. The board arrived at this decision after much consultation and had investigated many different avenues. […]

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Scattering Ashes Liverpool FC

  UPDATE: sadly Liverpool FC no longer offer a scattering service at Anfield   See below for response from Liverpool Football Club “The Club offer appointments to scatter ashes, but we now feel a responsibility to explain our pitch refurbishment procedures, which takes place during our closed season.  We remove the top layer of sand/soil, […]

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Canal & River Trust policy on scattering ashes

The Canal & River Trust (formerly British Waterways), the organisation that operates and maintains over 2000 miles of inland waterways in England and Wales, have told us their position… The scattering of human ashes on rivers is regulated by the Environment Agency working with British Waterways. Requests to scatter ashes should be made in the first […]

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National Trust (England) Policy on Scattering Ashes

The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England through practical caring and conservation, through educating and informing, and through encouraging millions of people to enjoy their national heritage. – in their own words The Trust owns a large number of properties, including historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments and […]

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English Heritage’s Policy on Scattering Ashes

English Heritage is an arms length body of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). It has a wide ranging remit in managing the historic environment of England. It is the steward of over 400 significant historical and archaeological sites, from Stonehenge to many of the country’s castles. It has direct ownership over some historic sites and […]

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