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If you have recently lost a loved one who wanted to be cremated, or if you were waiting for the weather to warm up, you will likely be considering how and when to scatter their ashes. While it is a sad time for all involved, it is also a time when you will want to honour your friend or family member and give them the send-off they deserve. The weather is warmer and Spring is associated with a time of life and new beginnings, so it can be a really lovely way to celebrate life.
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When a loved one passes, it can be a big decision deciding what sort of funeral you would like them to have. It’s important to consider what they were like as a person and what was important to them. It might be that you had time to speak to them prior to their passing about what they would like, but if this is not the case, it’s down to you and those around you who knew them, to think about what’s best. If your loved one was eco-conscious, one of the best ideas is to consider a water burial. This is one of the most sustainable ways to send off someone’s ashes and can offer the chance for a beautiful ceremony too.
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Losing a loved one is never easy and it might be that you need to take the ashes of your loved one on a plane. This could be to spread the ashes somewhere else, to take them home or to take them to other family members. Before doing so, it’s important to do your research on the rules and regulations, ensuring you have the correct paperwork to make the journey as easy as possible.
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Cremation is becoming an increasingly popular choice over a burial due to a number of factors. It could be that the cost of burial is too high, or that people prefer the idea of being able to scatter the ashes of a loved one somewhere that meant a lot to them. Once you have decided you want to have a loved one cremated there are still a fair few things you need to consider about scattering the remains.
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