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Memorials and remembrance

Restrictions are starting to ease, but you must still remember: Hands. Face. Space. Fresh air. Check the current rules.

Book of Remembrance

Our Book of Remembrance is a permanent memorial to those we've lost. It can be viewed online at any time, or in the Chapel of Remembrance during opening hours. As well as an entry in the Book of Remembrance, you can also order a copy of the entry in the form of a memorial card or a miniature book.

Apply for an entry in the Book of Remembrance (PDF)

For an additional fee, you can order a copy of an entry in the Book of Remembrance to be viewed at any time on the computer in the Chapel of Remembrance, using a swipe card.

Apply for an entry in the Book of Remembrance on the computer (PDF)

We also have a special Book of Remembrance for babies. It can be viewed in the Chapel of Remembrance during opening hours. As well as an entry in the baby Book of Remembrance, you can also order a copy of the entry in the form of a memorial card or a miniature book.

Apply for an entry in the Baby Book of Remembrance (PDF)

Memorials

Flowers and trees

  • Rose bushes and plaques (PDF)
  • Tree of Life in the Chapel of Remembrance (because of coronavirus, the Tree of Life is currently not accessible)

Headstones

If you need a memorial mason to install or repair a permanent memorial in one of our cemeteries, they must be registered with one of two professional organisations: National Association of Memorial Masons or British Register of Accredited Memorial Masons.

 

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