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Even though our showrooms are closed, our manufacturing is continuing at a reduced level. Our showroom teams are mainly working from home with reduced hours, but they can arrange to see you for a face to face appointment if you would like to book here or you can contact us as usual by phone, email or on the chat below. Contact Details. We thank you for your patience during these difficult times. View our COVID 19 Information


After the cremation it is common for you to receive your loved ones ashes in a temporary container. There are a number of different options for you to then decide how you wish to proceed and we have options for a number of different urns, that can be kept in the home, buried in the garden or scattering tubes or poles to enable you to scatter the ashes in a meaningful place. We also work with artists who can create a bespoke urn for you if you don’t find what you are looking for in our on-line range.

For the home

We have a selection of ash caskets and decorative urns that have been designed for keeping at home. These high quality items have a beautiful finish and can be displayed openly or kept in a private place. In time, the ashes could be buried, interred or scattered.

Interment & Burial

People often choose to bury the ashes of a loved one in a cemetery or natural burial ground. Mindful Memorials offer a variety of urns designed by handicraft specialists from around the world using natural materials such as plant fibre, paper, bamboo, sea-grass, wood, clay and wool.

Items to Scatter

It is becoming extremely popular to scatter the ashes of our loved ones, perhaps in a favourite location or across water. The scatter tubes are biodegradable and specifically designed to release the ashes smoothly, making it a simple and respectful process

For the garden

Our garden pieces include urns made in stone. The natural materials blend into the garden and often become a living feature, growing a layer of moss or lichen. Mindful Memorials also offer living memorials; flowers and saplings which can be planted in memory of a loved one.