Please join us for this beautiful and moving service as we remember and honour babies and infants who have passed away.
The evening will conclude with the International Wave of Light Ceremony followed by supper.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9451 6204
At a Death Café, people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death with the aim of helping people to make the most of their (finite) lives.
Come along in a safe, supportive environment, over a cuppa and cake and share your feelings, thoughts and experiences of death and dying.
Numbers are limited to 15, bookings essential.
RSVP: email@example.com or 1300 389 888
Donations to Beyond Blue greatly appreciated.
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Funerals are a time to remember and celebrate a loved one’s life. It is an important part of the grieving process. Just as important, is having a memorial where you can go to remember your loved one for years to come.Planning a Funeral
Many families choose to benefit by planning ahead and securing positions at today’s prices in a not-for-profit community cemetery. This gives them peace of mind knowing that their wishes will be honoured and family members will be saved from making difficult decisions at an emotional time.Memorialisation
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History and Facts
Frenchs Forest Bushland Cemetery occupies an area of 22 hectares (54 acres) of typical Hawkesbury sandstone bushland.
The Northern Cemeteries recognize that cemeteries are primarily a place for the living. A tranquil environment where current and future generations can share cherished memories, pay their respects and celebrate the lives and achievements of those who have gone before.
Thank you for your compassion and care for our family.
We really enjoyed the walking tour.
There was nothing that was too much trouble, everyone was extremely polite and carried out the burial with complete respect.
There is a wonderful caring attitude with real warmth and empathy. Nothing was too much trouble and it made us feel totally relaxed.