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DIGNITY PET CREMATORIUM

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giving you complete peace of mind.

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Brickfields
Odiham Road
Winchfield
Hook
Hampshire, RG27 8BU

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Monday - Friday
Saturday
Sundays
Emergency service only
9:00AM - 5:30PM
9:00AM-2:00PM
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Tel: 01252 844572
Email: enquiries@dignitypetcrem.co.uk

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Charity Memorial Plaque

Remember your pet forever

charity-plaqueCreate a lasting tribute to your pet with a charity wall plaque in our Remembrance Walkway.
The iconic Remembrance Walkway links the new pet crematorium building with the historic Victorian Brick Kiln and is surrounded by the beautiful Gardens of Remembrance at Dignity Pet Crematorium. Our Charity Wall Plaques enable you to create a special tribute to your much loved pet and help the fledgling charity Hounds for Heroes by including an optional donation to support their work.

plaques-images (1)You can choose from a selection of several different designs of both Single and Double Wall Slate Plaques and prices starting from £79. You can even choose to have additional plaques made for home use at the same time and receive a 10% discount on any extra plaques you purchase. All plaques include a 5 year Memorial Licence as standard.

You can renew your Licence every 5 years or opt to extend it to run for up to 20 years if you prefer.

 

Option Cost for Walkway Cost of additional plaque for home use Cost of plaque for home use only
mem-plaque-opt1 Option 1 - Single plaque (1 or 2 lines of lettering only) £79 £55 £60.50
mem-plaque-opt2 Option 2 - Single plaque (image & 1 or 2 lines of lettering only) £85 £60 £66
mem-plaque-opt3 Option 3 - Single plaque (laser photo & 1 or 2 lines of lettering only) £119 £100 £110
mem-plaque-opt4 Option 4 - Double plaque (up to 4 lines of lettering only) £105 £85 £93.50
mem-plaque-opt5 Option 5 - Double plaque (image & 2 lines of lettering only) £119 £100 £110
mem-plaque-opt6 Option 6 - Double plaque (laser photo & 2 lines of lettering only) £149 £125 £137.50
mem-plaque-opt7 Option 7 - Double plaque (image & 3 lines of lettering only) £125 £105 £115.50
mem-plaque-opt8 Option 8 - Double plaque (laser photo & 3 lines of lettering only) £159 £135 £148.50

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

INCLUDED

5 year Memorial Licence

INCLUDED

Memorial Plaque Certificate

INCLUDED

Postage & Packing

INCLUDED

Fixing of the plaque to the Remembrance Wall

OPTIONAL

Memorial licence fee 10, 15, 20 years

Donate to Hounds for Heroes

Dignity will donate £5 to Hounds for Heroes for every plaque purchased for use in the remembrance walkway. You can choose to make a further donation to the charity when placing your order if you wish.
Memorial Licence Fee
10 Years 15 Years 20 Years
£25 £50 £75

Entry into Dignity’s grounds is subject to acceptance of our standard Terms & Conditions.

About Hounds for Heroes

allen-and-endalHounds for Heroes is a British charity founded by Allen Parton in February 2010. The purpose of the charity is to provide specially trained assistance dogs to injured and disabled men and women of both the UK armed forces and civilian emergency services offering help and practical support leading to an enhanced quality of life for their clients. Hounds for Heroes receive no public funding, and depends entirely upon contributions.

In 2009 Allen, who suffered a severe head injury whilst serving in the Royal Navy during the Gulf War, chose Dignity to look after his own assistance dog Endal, a yellow labrador who had transformed Allen’s life, saved his marriage and helped him become independent again.

h4h-logo-300pxEndal could respond to over one hundred commands and could also problem solve. When visiting Crufts in 2001, Allen was knocked out of his wheelchair by a speeding car and left unconscious in a car park. The driver was in a deep state of shock, so Endal took charge and pulled Allen into the recovery position, covered him with a blanket and fetched his mobile phone. Getting no response Endal then left Allen’s side and went to a nearby hotel and raised the alarm.

This amazing partnership starting Allen thinking about setting up a new charity to help the disabled of the Armed Forces and Emergency Service.

Allen says "it has been a dream of mine to have a charity that works specifically for these people who routinely put their lives in danger. Hounds for Heroes is our chance of giving people the same chances that I have had. We owe them a great debt and this is our way of saying thank you."

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