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Legal Requirement

The Council has a duty under section 46 of the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 to "cause to be buried or cremated the body of any person who has died or found to be dead" within the Fylde Borough Council area and where it appears "that no suitable arrangement for the disposal of the body…

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The Council manages the Lytham Park Cemetery and is responsible for the grounds maintenance of the closed churchyard at the St Annes Parish Church. In managing and maintaining the cemetery and churchyard, the Council has a statutory responsibility under Health and Safety legislation to oversee the safety of all visitors to the cemetery and churchyard.…

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Memorials

Memorials can be purchased in memory of any person, whether the funeral took place at Lytham Park or not. The cremated remains of persons who were cremated elsewhere may be scattered in the Garden of Remembrance at no extra cost. There are two main types of memorial available at Lytham Park Crematorium:

Memorial Wall Plaques

Single and…

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The Forget-Me-Not Garden has been created by Fylde Borough Council in collaboration with Blue Skies Hospital Fund and Blackpool and Preston Sands Group to provide a much needed facility for families on the Fylde Coast who have lost a child through stillbirth or neonatal death. The garden, designed by sculptor and landscape architect, Philippe Handford, brings…

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Cremation

Guideline for funeral directors - the CR01 form adjacent, is the same as the nationally standardised form issued by the Ministry of Justice in 2009, with the addition of two non-statutory forms for your convenience towards the back, and our 'Prelim' on the last page. Funeral Directors from away are welcome to use their local medical…

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