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St Helens Council and the Friends of St Helens Cemetery group hold events throughout the year.
Please visit this page to see what events are coming up and information on events that have taken place.
You can find more information about the Friends of St Helens Cemetery by visiting their website.
Tree of Remembrance Service Saturday 16th December
The Friends of St Helens Cemetery are holding a Tree of Remembrance Service at St Helens Crematorium on 16th December at 11am. The service will be conducted by Rev Collards. The event is free to attend.
Prior to the service memorial, leaves will be available from the Crematorium office to write messages on for your loved ones. You can make a donation to the Friends of St Helens Cemetery group.
Wreath Making with St Helens Council Rangers - 26th November
The Friends of St Helens Cemetery held their annual Wreath Making event in partnership with St Helens Council Rangers. Around 40 people came to make Christmas wreaths using willow and other locally source materials.
Heritage Walk - 3rd September
The Friends of St Helens Cemetery held a heritage walk around the cemetery grounds, were the participants got the chance to learn about the history and heritage of the cemetery.
The tour took in many of the historical graves such as, local sportsmen, military heroes, industrialists, the famous and not so famous, our commonwealth war graves and the first burial in the cemetery.
Bat Walk with St Helens Council Rangers - 28th July
The Rangers and the Friends of St Helens Cemetery held a Bat Walk around St Helens Cemetery. Despite the wet weather around 30 people walked around the cemetery using bat detection equipment.
Father's Day Memorial Service - 18th June
The Friends of St Helens Cemetery held their annual Father's Day Service at the Crematorium Chapel on 18th June at 2pm. The service was conducted by local Celebrant Darren Anders.
Bereavement Services Open Days - 6th and 7th May
Over 200 people turned out at St Helens Cemetery and Crematorium and Newton Cemetery over the weekend, as St Helens Council’s Bereavement Service hosted an open day for the first time in 25 years to help raise public awareness on the cremation and burial services available in St Helens.
As part of the national ‘Dying Matters Awareness Week’ (8-14 May), the open day was are an opportunity for members of the public to meet with the Bereavement Services team, local Funeral Directors, Stone Masons, Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and Friends of cemetery groups, to ask any questions they may have – and to encourage people to talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement.
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