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Dearly Plaques & Memorials outdoor ashes urns are perfect for gardens and outside memorials. Made locally, these urns are able to be interred at the cemetery in the Ashes Garden, placed in your garden at home, or - with the industrial modern look - inside on the mantle. They become waterproof once the base is sealed and will... watch video
The Ballarat Cemetery has provided the perfect backdrop to showcase Dearly Plaques & Memorials row and plot markers. These markers are used throughout the cemetery to show their visitors the way and locations of their loved ones graves. Most cemeteries have rows and rows and areas of graves - sometimes it is very hard to locate the one... watch video
Ashes interment covers and small grave covers are large and small lids to cover a hole in the cemetery. Each cemetery has their own covers for interments of ashes, but - from my research - at times they are not as aesthetically pleasing as they could be. Traffic cones, warped bits of wood and scratched... watch video
Dearly Plaques & Memorials interim memorials are a temporary memorial for the time between the burial and the permanent marker placement. Something for the family during a difficult time from the Cemetery or Memorial Park, these provide a simple memorial during a time when often there is nothing. Delivered in time for a funeral in most cases. suitable... watch video
Isolation is just another word for challenge and I love a challenge! Dearly Plaques & Memorials have been working with Cemeteries and Memorial Parks for the last six years, providing aluminium solutions for marking, alternatives for reservations, interim and permanent memorials, covers for interments as well as mausolea markers and urns. I will send you... watch video