Helping remember loved ones at Vale crematorium - The Evesham Observer

Helping remember loved ones at Vale crematorium

Evesham Editorial 20th Jan, 2023   0

BEREAVED families in the communities surrounding The Vale Crematorium can now carry a little piece of their loved one with them at all times, thanks to personal jewellery keepsakes.

The crematorium is part of Westerleigh Group, which has formed a new partnership with EverWith, who designs, manufactures and retails a large range of affordable, high-quality, memorial jewellery which incorporates the ashes of a loved one.

The grief of losing a loved one is a very personal journey and one which everyone experiences differently.

Some people can find extra comfort in keeping something of their loved one close to them, which traditionally involved keeping their photo in a wallet or inside a necklace pendant.

Thanks to the innovation in technology, The Vale Crematorium now offers local people the chance to order beautiful pieces of personal jewellery containing some of their loved one’s ashes or a glass-like stone made from the ashes.

The Vale Crematorium Site Manager Catherine Linfield said: “We are very pleased to be working with one of the UK’s largest memorial jewellery companies. A big part of grieving is finding a way to honour and keep their loved one with them.

“Creating a piece of jewellery with their ashes, whether it is a ring, bracelet, earrings, charm bead or cufflinks, will provide them with a personal keepsake to forever cherish.


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