Douglas Borough Crematorium, isle of man
Douglas Borough Cemetery in the Isle of Man dates back to 1899 and opened its crematorium in 1960.
Its quaint chapel can accommodate up to 70 people and any type of religious or civil funeral service can be held at the chapel.
Personal choices of recorded music can be played during the service, or also support live bands or singers to add a personal touch to the funeral service.
Families can choose to erect an engraved bronze plaque at the Garden of Remembrance. In addition, roses and plaques can be purchased to be placed in the graves.
For an everlasting tribute to a loved one, families can submit an entry into the Book of Remembrance. This beautiful leather-bound book has parchment pages that are opened at the corresponding date, every day of the year, for families to visit.
Families can also have choose an emblem (a rose or coat of arms) printed next to their loved one’s entry in the Book of Remembrance
Cremations can be held at designated times on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays at Douglas Borough Cemetery and Crematorium. Its team can guide families through their funeral options – call for more information or to make an appointment to view the premises.
The office is open on weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm, and on Saturdays from 9 am to 11 am.