Memorial options after cremation

If you wish to remember a loved one after cremation, there are a number of memorial options available at Anfield and Springwood Crematoria - from garden of remembrance plaques to memorial benches.

Memorial options

  • Example of hand written script and rose emblem on book of remembrance

    Book of Remembrance

    Hand written by a calligrapher, a book of remembrance entry is a permanent way to remember a loved one.

    Book of Remembrance

  • Gold and black memorial plaque on stake

    Garden of Remembrance

    Garden of remembrance plaques are placed within the grounds of either Springwood or Anfield Crematoria to reflect and remember a loved one.

    Garden of Remembrance

  • In loving memory engraved wall plaque with rose

    Memorial wall plaque

    Each wall-mounted plaque is engraved in a gold finish with space for 80 characters, and you can add a motif or photograph of the deceased.

    Memorial wall plaques

  • Colannade wall with rows of inscribed memorial plaques

    Colonnade niche

    The niche at Anfield Crematorium can contain two sets of ashes, sealed with a plaque frontal with inscription. A photograph of the deceased may also be added to the plaque.

    Colonnade wall niche

  • In loving memory plaque with teddy bear motif

    Baby wall plaque

    Springwood Baby Garden wall plaques are engraved in a gold finish with space for 85 characters, and you can choose to add a motif or photograph.

    Baby wall plaque

     

  • Two benches side by side with memorial plaques

    Memorial bench

    A memorial bench is an ideal option to sit and reflect on memories of a loved one. These can be placed in cemetery or crematoria grounds, depending on the location and space available.

    Memorial bench