Keepsakes to cherish
Many families will have thought about scattering ashes in a Garden of Remembrance at the crematorium, burying, scattering them elsewhere – on land or at sea, or keeping them at home. At James & Thomas Funeral Directors we have a wide range of urns and caskets for this purpose in a variety of styles and materials such as cardboard, wood, marble and stone.
In addition, we have many options for Keepsakes which are ideal for families who want to share the ashes of their loved one. These can take a number of forms such as jewellery where pendants, bracelets, rings and cufflinks can be made in silver, glass or stainless steel housing a small amount of ashes. Or cuddle stones, a beautiful token that fits in the palm of your hand.
A unique way to scatter ashes
You can even have remains released into the atmosphere, incorporating them into memorial fireworks or create a time capsule. There are many inspirational and innovative options available so please talk to us about anything you might be thinking and we’ll do our best to make it happen.
If you would like to provide your own container James & Thomas Funeral Directors can let you know if it’s suitable and the right size. And remember, we’re here to help you fulfil any wishes you may have if we can, so please do ask.View our price list and brochure
We can assist you in every step of the funeral and cremation arrangements so please ask us about any queries you may have.
Funeral prices vary depending on the type of ceremony you would like for your loved one. There are many options to choose from to make it unique and special.
It is now really easy to plan ahead, making a huge difference by easing the burden on your family when the time comes, so they can focus on the arrangements.
James & Thomas Funeral Directors can assist you in every step of the funeral so please don’t hesitate to ask us about any aspects or queries you may have.
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