They want a black hearse and two limousines leaving the family home to the crematorium with a service taking place there and then choosing a place afterwards to scatter or bury the ashes.”Others really hate this. They don’t want the entourage; they don’t like the 20 minute slot at the crematorium, they don’t like seeing that dreaded curtain slowly close and they don’t want to wear black.”This is where Adlington really comes into its own with the natural space and options available to do things a bit differently.The father of two said: “We’re blessed in having 26 acres of beautiful parkland and meadow within the Adlington Hall Estate.”It means families can choose a very simple, no fuss, low cost cremation with the service taking place in the outdoors at our Memorial Park. It has a special beauty and its own unique feeling of serenity.”Sadly, some families may not even have considered a burial due to the lack of burial space in the area, but we can provide them with that option.”Ultimately, we like to listen to what the families want for their loved one and organise the whole event, including the celebration of life for them.”That way they only have to deal with one person who organises everything.”The park and this more natural low key approach has become increasingly popular with families travelling from as far as South Wales, London and Portsmouth to find the right natural burial site.And the surroundings are nothing short of beautiful as the former medieval deer park has a small woodland area as well as a wildflower meadow attracting bees and butterflies..
The professional surfer had made a name for himself scouring the big waves of remote Mexico and Central America. His F 350 is no ordinary wagon, though. After a year of customization, and a rechristening as The Brian Conley Hurricane Hunter, it comes equipped with a custom built engine, three man Hannibal USA rooftop tent, 14,000 pound Pull Pal from Land Rover and a Ramsey winch with 100 inches of Master Pull nylon rope..
It is not really clear as to what they are. Similar ones in South Wales have been attributed to defences against tanks in the second world war. However, chains like this are also present at Bucklers Hard, Beaulieu, a less likely place for tanks to land in wartime.
I was going through some older HDR yesterday and post processed this one. It looked cool, but needed something to make it stand out. I truly love Silver Efex Pro black white converter and gave it a try. As happens with all new inventions, some things about them worked and others didn’t. Most of what didn’t was related to how the flush was handled by the existing piping system that carried it away. The flush needed more push.