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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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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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Cremation is becoming an increasingly popular choice for those that pass, opting for this over a burial. There are many reasons that influence this, including lower costs and the ability to spread the ashes of the loved one wherever the family members see fit. It can mean that families feel they can leave their loved ones who have passed, in a space that was special for them, rather than being restricted to a graveyard or burial site.
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Thanks to an increase in the number of people choosing cremation over burial, more and more people are choosing to scatter the ashes of a loved one. When it comes to scattering ashes, there are many options to choose from; ashes can be dispersed into the air, released into a body of water, or scattered at a place that holds emotional value. The process of cremation ensures that the ashes are harmless and don’t come with any health risk. 

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