Westerleigh Group’s North Wiltshire Crematorium is inviting families to visit and commemorate the lives of their fathers and father figures.
The site is hosting a special Father’s Day Moment of Reflection in its chapel on Sunday, 19 June between 10am -11.30am.
Visitors will be able to light a candle in memory of a loved one, and will also have the opportunity to write a personal message which will be placed on a memory tree.
The crematorium team say light refreshments will also be provided.
North Wiltshire Crematorium is part of Westerleigh Group, the UK’s largest owner and operator of crematoria and cemeteries, with 37 sites in England, Scotland, and Wales.
They are all set within landscaped gardens of remembrance which aim to provide pleasant, tranquil places for people to visit and reflect.
Site Manager Katie Capel said: “Father’s Day can be a particularly poignant time for those who have lost their father or father figure.
“Every year, we welcome many families to our grounds who come to lay flowers and commemorate their loved ones around Father’s Day.
“We hope that families will find comfort in their visit to us again this year.”
A spokesperson for the business said: "The crematorium’s picturesque, peaceful grounds will be open as usual throughout the day for those who want to have some quiet reflection on the day."
More information about the North Wiltshire Crematorium can be found on its website at www.northwiltshirecrematorium.co.uk