The death of a pet is a deeply distressing and often a traumatic event for owners. We believe it is important that the body of that beloved animal is dealt with respect and in a way which makes this painful process as acceptable as possible.
“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”
— Winnie the Pooh
Your pets will always be cremated on the premises; Rose Farm our family smallholding.
Once they have been collected from one of our associated veterinary surgeries, they are cremated and all of their ashes are interred in our beautiful memorial gardens.
For those who have arranged for their pets to be returned to them, they will be cremated individually and all of their ashes returned to you in a named casket, accompanied with a certificate of authentication.
By appointment you may also bring your dearly departed pet directly to us for cremation. You may wait for the cremation, then take them away with you in a named casket accompanied with a certificate of authentication.
“A horse is worth more than riches.”
— Spanish Proverb
This is a dedicated orchard for your noble companion.
We can arrange for the collection of your horse or pony and their transportation to Rose Farm.
On every grave we will provide a fruit tree and a plaque as a fitting tribute to your beloved friend.
“Loss is nothing else but change, and change is Nature's delight.”
— Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
Choosing a woodland burial offers you an opportunity to return to nature.
At Penwith Woodland Burial you have the choice of a traditional, alternative or even 'do it yourself' funeral arrangements.
A burial here offers you an alternative, a natural form of burial. The area has been planned to create a traditional woodland, providing environmental benefits and encouraging wildlife.