Celebrating the life of a loved one: What to do with ashes

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Guide Book: What to do with ashes (3rd Edition)

What to do with ashes of a loved ones ashes may seem to be daunting, but it need not be, our guide now on its third edition is packed full of practical, honest and sensitive advice.

Winners of the 2015 Good Funeral Awards Best Bereavement Resource.

Rated 5 stars on Amazon

Over the years we’ve been asked so many questions about cremation ashes; ‘do I need permission to scatter the ashes in a river’; ‘how do I get my mother’s ashes back to her native country’; or ‘what is the best way to scatter ashes on a beach’? We’ve been able to help most people or at least point them in the right direction, we’ve put the answers, as well as loads of advice on ways to make your scattering ceremony really special for you and your loved ones, in a guide.

 “I think this is a very decent and instructive little book – and much needed. Ashes still stump people big time” Charles Cowling, Editor of the Good Funeral Guide.

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What to do with ashes? The guide book covers all the aspects to help in deciding what to do with a loved one’s ashes. It the following areas:

Chapter One – Losing a loved one and key points

Chapter Two – Keeping, burying or scattering

Chapter Three – Where, when and how to scatter or bury

Chapter Four – The law, guidance and permission

Chapter Five – Your ceremony

Chapter Six – Don’t know what to do?

Chapter Seven – Transporting ashes

Appendix I – Religious opinion

Appendix II – Cremation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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1 review for Celebrating the life of a loved one: What to do with ashes

  1. L Daubney (verified owner)

    Thank you for creating ‘Celebrating of life of a loved one’.

    It’s been a super useful guide for me over the last week as I finalise the plans for my Mum’s Scattering Ceremony. I have had so many questions and reservations about what to do with my Mum’s ashes, as she didn’t leave any wishes. As a result of your book, I feel much more empowered in my planning and decisions about what to do and how to do it. It’s been a very welcome companion.

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