Cotswold Pet Cremation

Feb 10, 2021 | Community Announcements, News

Having lost our lovely collie a couple of months ago, there then came the difficult bit of what to do with her.

Well, now Nellie is ‘planted’ outside my office where in the spring I shall pop down some wildflower mix, to brighten up that corner of the paddock near the house and buildings.

But, what do people do when they don’t have the luxury of choosing a spot on the farm?  Many people choose cremation, keeping the ashes of their beloved pet in a special place in the home or garden. But where is the nearest place for Chipping Campden?

Cotswold Pet Cremation is a local individual pet cremation service, which opened on 1 February.  Conveniently located between Weston Sub Edge and Bretforton, this is ideally placed for the Chipping Campden community and surrounding area.

Lisa and Simon have created this business, based on the importance they place on their wishes for their own pets when the time comes.  Offering only individual cremations, owners can be reassured of the ashes of their pet, and only their pet being returned to them – and all pets being treated as Lisa and Simon would want their own treated – with care, dignity and compassion.

Lisa and Simon can be contacted via the details below, and we wish them every success.

Cotswold Pet Cremation
Mobile:  07946 052 941
Phone:  01386 247 395
www.cotswoldpetcremation.co.uk

Email:    [email protected]

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