The Water Urn: "a natural return to nature..."

With the waterurn you can choose to give your memories a place in your life. Placed discreetly where you prefer, this beautiful bronze waterurn releases the ashes gradually back into the earth.

The ashes of your loved one are placed inside the urn. The urn catches the rain water which then comes in contact with the ashes. The patented system allows the ashes to be gradually released into the groundwater.


This beautiful waterurn is available in several styles of patina. The waterurn can accommodate the ashes of two deceased loved ones and the process is only triggered when you want it to begin. A special inscription on the urn can be arranged according to your wishes.

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Columbarium Wall

The columbarium allows the placing of cremated remains into niches, each with a front section incorporating a memorial plaque. The cremated remains are placed behind the plaque in urns which are specifically designed for this purpose. The memorial plaque is engraved with an inscription. Each niche accommodates one or two cremated remains. Families may visit the Cemetery to choose a niche which best suits or our experienced staff will make the selection on your behalf. At the time of cremation it is possible to reserve spaces in the Columbarium Wall alongside a family member.

Garden of Remembrance

The Garden of Remembrance is designed to reflect miniature burial grounds where cremated remains are interred in ground vaults. Above each vault a memorial stone is inscribed with the name and date of death.

At the time of cremation it is possible to reserve spaces alongside for future use by other family members. 

Remembrance Stone

We have introduced a new form of memorialisation following cremation. This monument is for inscriptions of loved ones where families have taken the remains away for private disposal and may wish to have the name and date of their loved one inscribed on this memorial stone. If families wish they can scatter cremated remains in the vicinity of the Remembrance Stone.