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Policy: Isle of Man Authority

 

Just between Britain and Ireland sits the little Isle of Man. Vikings made their home over a millennium ago. Famed for the exhilaration of the TT Races and the more sedate Thomas the Tank Engine. Recently a client told me they would like to scatter the ashes of their partner, whilst at the Races and wondered what the legality was.

In response to their question I went and asked the Isle of Man Government what their policy was. This is was the Environment and Health Department said:

We get involved in any public health issues related to the disposal of human remains. However, as cremated ash is sterile, there is no public health significance to the disposal of same. The only proviso would be that, if the remains are scattered on private land, the prior consent of the landowner should be sought. We would not, therefore, get involved and rely on the personal nature of such an event to be conducted in a dignified manner. 

I hope this helps.

So there you go, proceed with respect.

2 thoughts on “Policy: Isle of Man Authority

  1. Reply
    Renie Fairhurst - 8th March 2019

    Could I have my brothers ashes scattered in the pits area at the TT races in August, and who would I have to see to do this.

    1. Reply
      Richard Martin - 13th March 2019

      Dear Renie
      As far as I can work it out the race organisers are Duke Marketing Ltd, Tromode Business Park, Champion House, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM99 1DD. Tel: +44 (0) 1624 640 011
      This might be a good place to start.
      Kind regards
      Richard

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