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Chapel and Foyer
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A modern light bright and very welcoming building
Well supported by the staff
Totally professional, dignified and caring
Could not be better
Beautifully peaceful rural environment
Loving and positive thoughts
A wonderful service of celebration for her life
Very professional staff
We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend
The Circle Of Life
Our Local Business Associates
FBCA – Code of Cremation Practice
Policy Statement Relating To The Cremation Of Non-Viable Babies, Stillborn Babies And Very Young Deceased Babies
A Guide To Services
Baldarroch Sanctum Memorial
Baldarroch Wall Mounted Memorial
Baldarroch Columbarium Memorial
Baldarroch Kerb Memorial
Funeral Director Booking
Funeral Director Information
Health & Safety Concern – Glyceryl Trinitrate Patch (GTN Skin Patch)
When did Baldarroch Chapel and Crematorium open?
Is Baldarroch Chapel and Crematorium governed by rules and regulations of any external organisations?
Do you have to undergo any training to work at Baldarroch Chapel and Crematorium?
What is the history of cremations in the UK?
What percentage of people are cremated in UK?
Is cremation more expensive than a burial?
Is cremation forbidden by any religious groups?
What religious service can I have with a cremation?
What arrangements can be made to ensure that cremation is the selected method of disposal following death?
How is a cremation arranged?
How soon after the service will the cremation take place?
Is the coffin cremated with the body?
Can relatives witness the committal of the coffin to the cremator?
How are ashes kept separate?
What happens to the ashes after cremation?
Some people refer to ‘Ashes’ whilst others refer to ‘Cremated Remains’. Is there a difference?
What happens to metals that are left after a cremation?
What quantity of remains will there be following a cremation?
Are any ashes left after the cremation of a baby?
What happens to the cremated remains/ashes when they are scattered in the crematorium grounds?
Can more than one body be cremated at a time?
Are coffins sold back to funeral directors for re-use?
What memorial facilities are available?
Can I visit Baldarroch Chapel and Crematorium to see what happens behind the scenes?
Can weddings or christenings be held at Baldarroch?