Scattering Ashes Gravesend
|Location||Greenhithe in Kent|
|Area of operation||Greenhithe/ Gravesend/ Erith – other destinations are available along the river Thames subject to additional costs.|
|Type of boat||Charter|
|Duration of trip||As required|
|Capacity of boat||12|
|Ceremony||Scattering ashes directly onto the water can lead to them being blown about which some families may find distressing. We supply a wide range of urns specifically designed for water ceremonies. They are all 100% biodegradable and will dissolve in water – please follow the link: Water Urns
We also supply a water ceremony set which includes a water urn, flower petals for scattering, Promises – dissolvable notelets for scattering with the ashes, a certificate to record the ceremony, and our award winning (and rated 5* on Amazon) guide book: follow the link – 4th Ceremony Set
|Disabled Access||Not accessible for wheelchairs|
|Parking||High Street, Greenhithe, DA9 9NN – We are located on the end of pier road
Parking: There is a public car park located on Eagles Road.
Train: Greenhithe railway station 15 minute walk to Greenhithe slip way.
Bus: The nearest bus stop is at ASDA Greenhithe approximately a 15 minute walk.
|Additional||They are a family run business based in Greenhithe. We offer a wide range of services on the river Thames, including ashes scattering (Christians, Hindu, Sikhs and all other religions catered for as well as non-religious ceremonies.) bespoke charter and hire of our boat.The boat is equipped with up to date electronic and safety equipment and is operated with qualified and experienced staff and crew.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask on the contact form or to discuss your booking, and we look forward to welcoming you on board.
|Testimonial||Liz R, UK
“Just to let you know how wonderful the family thought Roy Bushell and his son were on Saturday when we went out in their boat, Knoydart, from Greenhithe. We had a most lovely ceremony almost under the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge. A fitting way to say Goodbye to my dear Husband who just loved the Thames. What lovely people – they helped make it an evening to remember – along with an unexpected rainbow which appeared after the urn was plopped into the water and then a seal came up near the boat to say Hello.
Thank you again.”
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