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Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Nottingham Pet Crematorium instals memory tree to help owners leave tributes

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The Nottingham Pet Crematorium in West Bridgford has installed a memory tree to allow pet lovers to leave tributes for their beloved pets.

The stunning 6-foot illuminated tree is very popular with customers. They leave personal tributes on individual cards which are handmade by local artist Angie Young of Young Creations.

The West Bridgford based crematorium has already received over twenty tributes since the tree arrived two weeks ago.

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Simon Saunders (pictured), the crematorium manager, said: “This fantastic idea is especially popular with children. They love to leave their own personal tribute. The service is free of charge and we supply the handmade cards. We love to help our the pet owners at this difficult time.”

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The Nottingham Pet Crematorium is a family partnership run by Yorkie breeder Rita Harbury-Carlisle and her husband John. The couple are pet lovers who once ran the Antara Luxurious Dog Hotel. They now concentrate on their 23-year-old Cremation service, complete with chapels of rest and farewell rooms.

The Nottingham Pet Crematorium is the only service of this kind in the East Midlands that has been Independently Inspected & Approved by the Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematoria.

The couple provides a respectful service as an alternative to leaving your pet with the vet for disposal. Rita, John or Simon will listen to your wishes, explain the many alternatives available and offer friendly advice. The beautiful surroundings at Nottingham Pet Crematorium are available along with a collection service which includes the option to use their wonderful traditional hearse.