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 scattering, and on what date (if they have one in mind).
Necessary enquiries made within Cadw (to check suitability of site/date/timing etc and to make sure there are no events/works etc taking place at the monument which could conflict with a scattering.
Cadw clears the request with the Environmental Health Officer of the relevant local authority.
Postal and email details:
Unit 5/7 Cefn Coed
Once the above has been done, written approval can be issued, which also includes two basic conditions, which are:
1) There must be no disturbance of the ground; and
2) the scattering to be carried out discreetly to ensure privacy for the family/friends, and also out of courtesy for our other visitors.
This information was correct at the time of publication, organisations can change their position so for the most accurate information please contact the origination in question directly.