The panorama forms the central feature of our cloister garden at the crematorium, consisting of 32 individual niches in polished granite with each niche being able to accommodate three sets of cremated remains.
Located within our cloister garden at the crematorium, our wall niches form part of a free standing wall of polished granite with three rows of four niches starting at ground level upwards with initial dedication costs reflecting their position.
The barbican is a most welcome addition to our memorialisation within the grounds of the crematorium. Distinct by design, the 80 granite plaques offer the bereaved bespoke deigns symbolising a personal tribute to a loved one.
Located in our cloister garden, a select number of our buxton granite benches have two granite tablets that can each be dedicated by two different families or alternatively both tablets being dedicated by one alone.
Displayed in their own room within the crematorium building, the Books are in four volumes, each covering three months of the year, and are hand made throughout using traditional bookbinding techniques.
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