Ash scattering can be organised within any of the communal glades. This memorial continues the cycle of nature, combining ashes with RTN to ensure they are absorbed into the soil within a few months.
Scattering is the term used to describe ashes that are mixed with RTN soil and then placed under the turf, so they are placed and remain below the surface.
There are six scattering areas in the grounds, two of which are dedicated to children.
|Ashes from a Lelley Fields cremation
(scattered without witnesses)
|Family attendance at scattering
(outside of office hours, subject to availability)
|Scattering of ashes from another crematorium
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