Memorial ideas in Worthing
Pay tribute to your loved one with a dedicated memorial bench in your favourite area of Worthing, create bespoke jewellery using their ashes, or place a plaque on the wall of remembrance.
Memorial ideas in Accrington
Pay tribute to your loved one with a dedicated memorial tree, bench or a plaque in the Stone Book of Remembrance in Accrington’s Garden of Remembrance.
Memorial ideas in Telford
Wander through the beautiful Chelsea Gardens in Telford Town Park and see your memorial leaf hanging on the singing ringing tree and pay your respects to your loved one.
Memorial ideas on the Isle of Wight
Pay tribute to your loved one with a memorial leaf on the contemporary memorial tree in Mountbatten Hospice, or with a dedicated tree in Springwood Cemetery, ensuring their memory lives on in nature.
Unique wake venues in Liverpool
Cheer on Liverpool at Anfield Stadium, enjoy a picnic at the lovely Sefton Park or travel back in time at The Beatles Story museum as you celebrate the life of your loved one.
Unique Wake Venues in Southend-on-Sea
Enjoy a quiet picnic in Southend Cliff Gardens, or take a stroll on Thorpe Bay Beach, and remember your loved one in a meaningful way in a place in Southend that meant a lot to them.
Memorial ideas in Brighton
There are a few ways to establish a memorial for your loved one in Brighton, from donating a tree to a local park, dedicating a bench in the city, to placing a plaque in the garden of remembrance.
Where to scatter ashes in Cambridge
Enjoy a boat ride out on the River Cam, take a peaceful walk through the city remembrance garden or visit the natural beauty of Milton Country Park to scatter your loved one’s ashes in a place that is special to them.
How to organise a wake
A wake is a gathering of friends, family, and anyone wishing to pay their respects. It’s usually held at someone’s house or a hired venue after a funeral.
How long does it take to get ashes after cremation?
Many people find it comforting to know when they will receive the ashes of a loved one. This guide explains what you need to do before you can collect them.
Can you legally stop someone coming to a funeral?
Generally, funerals are public events and there isn’t a way to legally ban someone. But as the organiser, you do have the right to ask a difficult relative not to come.
Everything you need to know about attending a wake
If you’ve been invited to a wake but are not sure what to expect this guide will take you through the details of a wake, how best to show up on the day, and where the word and tradition comes from.