Urns and
Keepsakes

Following a cremation, you have the choice of scattering ashes in a special place, interring at a church or cemetery, or holding on to them as a lasting memory of your loved one.

Those who prefer to hold on to remains often like to have a fitting container. We offer a selection of handcrafted, artisanal urns and caskets for ashes. You can also choose to have the ashes kept in a small keepsake, such as an item of jewellery.

As ever, personalisation is a priority. Browse our brochure to explore the wealth of funeral urns available.

The urns and ashes caskets illustrated below represents a sample of our range

Canterbury Oak

Canterbury

£35

The Canterbury Casket is a plain casket made of part veneer and part solid Oak, supplied with an engraved nickel effect plate. It is available in either Oak or Mahogany.

Chichester

Chichester

£50

The Chichester Casket is another coloured wood type casket and is complete with a brass effect ring handle at each end, supplied with a suitably engraved brass effect plate. It is available in either Oak or Mahogany.

Cotswold

Cotswold

£50

The Cotswold is a cardboard ashes casket covered in a natural cotton cover offering a suitable alternative for natural burial grounds.

Guildford

Guildford

£55

The Guildford Casket is a solid wood type of casket, ornate in style and finished in a light colour, supplied with a suitably inscribed brass or nickel effect plate. It is available in Oak or Mahogany.

Rochester Oak

Rochester

£55

The Rochester Casket is a plain wooden type being made of solid timber and light in colour, supplied with an inscribed brass effect plate. It is available in either Oak or Mahogany.

Swaledale

Swaledale

£65

The Swaledale Casket is made from wool produced in the UK. It is made by Hainsworth Ltd, at their mill in the north of England. It offers a subtle alternative to the more traditional wooden ashes caskets.

If you’d like to know more about our urns and keepsakes offering, please contact your local funeral directors.


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