Memoria Cardiff & Glamorgan Cemetery has scooped a prize at the National Cemetery of the Year Awards. The Memorial Awareness Board (MAB) has been promoting and organising the Cemetery of the Year Awards for nearly 20 years. Memoria Cardiff &
Memoria’s CEO – Howard Hodgson makes a personal heartfelt thanks to all funeral workers for their dedication & professionalism towards the bereaved during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The staff would like to thank everyone who attended the Memorial service on the 5th December 2019. About 100 people came to celebrate and remember their loved ones with carols and prayers. The Rev Alison Riches led the congregation and
Memoria Limited extend the concept of a unique celebration of and tribute to a loved life by becoming the first crematoria group in the country to offer a free of charge projected image of the family’s choice above the catafalque
For thousands of years mankind has felt the need to use memorialisation to mark the sense of loss, love and respect felt for a family member or friend. It provides a focal point of affection and remembrance as a celebration
To mark the occasion at the Barnby Moor Memorial Park and Crematorium, a multi-faith service took place led by the Bishop of Sherwood, the Right Reverend Tony Porter, assisted by the Bishop of Hallam, the Right Reverend Ralph Heskett, Reverend
Natalie Clements, South Oxfordshire Crematorium handed over a cheque for £7000 from the ICCM metals recycling scheme to Emma Radley from charity Winston’s Wish. Winston’s Wish support children who are affected by bereavement.
South Oxfordshire Crematorium and Memorial Park Manager, Ian Hewlett, handed over a cheque for the sum of £5000.00 to the Sobell House Hospice. The cheque from the ICCM is a charitable donation from the recycled metals at South Oxfordshire Crematorium