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Scatterings ashes by boat or drone?

Scattering ashes has been a long-held tradition in many cultures, symbolizing the final journey of a loved one and their return to nature. Traditionally, boats have been used for this purpose, allowing families to release ashes into bodies of water, signifying the...

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The perfect scatter

The perfect scatter

Aerial Ashes is the UK's leading aerial ashes scattering service. Scattering ashes by drone introduces a novel approach to a timeless ritual, merging technology with tradition. Achieving the perfect scatter hinges on a delicate balance of several key factors:...

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Scattering ashes in the future

Scattering ashes in the future

Aerial Ashes is a current innovative way to scatter ashes as the leading UK aerial ashes scattering service. But what will scattering ashes look like in the future? We thought we would have a little look: In the next 50 years, the way humans scatter ashes is likely to...

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The top 10 mistakes people might make when scattering ashes

Here are the top 10 scattering ashes mistakes: 1. Not obtaining permission or checking regulations for the chosen scattering location. 2. Choosing a location without considering environmental factors like wind or tide. 3. Not properly securing the ashes container,...

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Hindu Scattering Ashes by Drone over Water

Hindu Scattering Ashes by Drone over Water

A Noteworthy scattering recently, reported with the permission of the family, was that of a Hindu scattering of ashes on a river. This site chosen was on the outskirts of Stratford upon Avon. The Hindu faith believes in reincarnation and cremation is seen as a swift...

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The perfect scatter

Double Ashes Scattering by Drone

Every ashes-scattering enquiry is different: We’ve not yet visited the same location twice and factors such as the weather, access to the site, and keeping clear of the general public always give us something to ponder when we arrive on site. But much of this is...

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Is it legal to scatter ashes from the air?

Is it legal to scatter ashes from the air?

This is a question that I’m often asked – and understandably so. It is the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) who are the governing body for all things aviation-based in the UK and so it falls to the CAA to decide upon the rules. Up until last December, it was possible...

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