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"...a thoughtful and sensitive service to those of us who are far away and are unable to visit and pay our respects to our departed loved ones. I would have no hesitation in recommending this innovative and caring service."

- Geoff, Essex

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“This is a service provided to those far away from Cornwall who want to remember and honour their loved ones. It’s a relief to be able to trust this act of remembrance to someone who understands, and lets you share from afar that visit to the grave you can only make rarely.” 

 - Jon, London

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Examples of our work

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Killivose Cemetery

There was light rain and no other people when I arrived at Killivose just after lunch on Saturday... What a relief to turn in to the gates of the cemetery and escape from the racing cars on the road out of Camborne!

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Killivose Cemetery

There was light rain and no other people when I arrived at Killivose just after lunch on Saturday... What a relief to turn in to the gates of the cemetery and escape from the racing cars on the road out of Camborne! The cemetery was looking very peaceful in the soft autumn light....

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Roskear Churchyard

In late afternoon sunshine, following a day of mainly rain, I parked near the beautiful, red-hued All Saints Community Centre - once the local school - which is adjacent to the churchyard. Collecting water from the communal tap as I passed...

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Roskear churchyard

In late afternoon sunshine, following a day of mainly rain, I parked near the beautiful, red-hued All Saints Community Centre - once the local school - which is adjacent to the churchyard.

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Treswithian Downs

In between the October showers, I made my way to Treswithian Downs crematorium, under a dappled blue and grey clouded sky...

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Treswithian Downs

In between the October showers, I made my way to Treswithian Downs crematorium, under a dappled blue and grey clouded sky. Some of the fluffy clouds seemed so low they were touching the ground, and yet peaceful blue peeped out in between. Typical Cornish weather!

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How we wrap flowers

How we wrap flowers

Trimmed stems are

pushed in to a

soaked

oasis block, cut

to size.

The flowers are then carefully wrapped in paper - either plain

or patterned, and

tied with cotton

ribbon, before

they are placed

at your choice of

location.

Taking care, as if you're there.

Eco-friendly wrap is

used to enclose the

base of the stems

and wet oasis, to

retain moisture.