The history of the Fovant Badges is celebrated on the first Sunday of July every year. For 56 years volunteers have maintained the chalk badges embedded in the hillside along the A30. For more interesting and historical information go to……… http//www.fovantbadges.com
Did you know…….you can have a memorable image used for your loved one.
“Dad loved the islands…”
Click on the article to see how we made this amazing Expression Coffinsdesign…
Some sad news this morning as we learn of the death of “Willy Wonka” star Gene Wilder. He passed away at the age of 83 due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease. Our thoughts are with his family. <3
More information: http://www.9news.com.au/…/gene-wilder-star-of-willy-wonka…/…#9Today
Cultural Funeral Traditions….
Another form of Biodegradable urns….
Biodegradable Urns can be used to place the cremated remains into the earth or water. The particular urns below break down naturally over time, leaving the remains in the chosen place. These shell urns are engineered to float for approx 5 minutes before descending into the ocean below. For more information on these and others look at www.arrowbronze.com.au
Biodegradable Water Urns
Each urn is made by skilled artists in the USA, and is an amazing 22 inches across. Since they are hand made the color of red many vary. This urn can be seen very easily from any boat or ship out on the ocean. They make a burial on water an event and are a unique way to accept and express with pride the life of your loved one. Each “green” urn is 100% biodegradable and water friendly for ocean, lake or wide-river. Instructions and a biodegradable bag is included and is used for the cremains. The bag is secured inside the flower compartment.
If you are planning on traveling with the urn, leave the cremains in the temporary container, pass through security and board your flight. The TSA will not open your loved one’s container, but will scan the container and if you have a permit form for the cremation it is helpful, but not required. The Peaceful Petal should be placed in an overhead cabin or ask the flight attendant if there is a safe place where it will not get damaged. The petals are fragile and the cremains are heavy so put the ashes in the bag, and the bag in the urn, before you leave your home or hotel room to board the boat or ship.