Denbighshire Memorial Park and Crematorium presented of afor £5,000 to “Ty Gobaith & Hope House Children’s Hospice” in Conwy. Ty Gobaith was nominated because of the special Snowflake Suite which allows children to remain at the hospice after death enabling
On May 14th 2018 we held a “Making Memories Concert” concert featuring Elfin Bow who gave an intimate musical concert launching Dying Matters awareness events in the local area. The evening was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all
Denbighshire Memorial Park & Crematorium are delighted to be able to support to “Waen Outreach” through a donation as part of the ICCM Recycling of Metals Scheme. Waen Outreach (including Gofal Dydd / Day Care; Helpu’n Gilydd Practical Befriending) provide
this beautiful horse and carriage was at the Denbighshire Memorial Park and Crematorium this afternoon. Lauren from Tongs Funeral Services walked in front of Wilbur and Magic from Black Feathers Carriages. Wilbur is partial to mints!
Denbighshire Memorial Park & Crematorium are delighted to be supporting another very worthwhile charity in our area. Manager Nan Evans is seen here handing Debbie Rowley of Tenovus Cancer Care a cheque for the sum of £5000 which is part
Crematoria operator Memoria are today celebrating after their South Oxfordshire Crematorium & Memorial Park was named as ‘Best Crematorium in the UK’ at the Good Funeral Awards. It was a great day for Memoria who also won an award in
Denbighshire Memorial Park & Crematorium are delighted to announce that after our recent nomination for a National Award as the ‘Best Crematorium in the UK’ we have just had news to inform us we have been shortlisted as a finalist
We’re delighted to have officially opened Denbighshire Memorial Park and Crematorium. We would like to thank Reverend Wynne Roberts, Father Terence Carr and Mr Ian Gunning for their time in helping to make the multi-faith service so special. We would
The Garden of Remembrance at Denbighshire Memorial Park and Crematorium offers memorialisation made exclusively from British stone, and so will blend perfectly with the surrounding rolling Denbighshire countryside, overlooked by the Welsh hills above Groesffordd Marli.
Article by Kelly Williams, first published on www.dailypost.co.uk on May 3rd 2016. St Asaph, Denbighshire, £4.25m crematorium opened today, 3rd May 2016. The site on Glascoed Road could cut funeral waiting times by up to three weeks in Denbighshire. This