The Book of Remembrance
The Hall of Memory contains the vellum bound Books of Remembrance for each chapel, to provide a dignified memorial in perpetuity. There is a page in each chapels book for each day of the year and entries are written under the deceased's date of death. If the person's funeral was not at Woodvale an entry can still be put in the Books of Remembrance.
Entries are carefully hand-inscribed by highly skilled calligraphers, in an elegant style, and can include additional artwork on request. If required, a replica of an entry can also be provided in the form of a miniature Remembrance Card or miniature Book (with several pages for future use).
Arranging an entry
To preserve space in the books for the future, only one entry per deceased person is allowed and the application must come from the same person that applied for the cremation (or have their consent.) Please note, if the application is received later than six months after the funeral the entry may not be in the book for the first anniversary of the person's death.
Applicants have a choice of applying for a two line, five line, or eight line entry. There is room for 35 letters and spaces per line. If a specific piece of artwork is desired (to go with either a five or eight line entry), it is recommended to send an example with the application.
For current fees, please see our memorial charges (PDF 99KB).
If you would like to have a person's name in the Book of Remembrance, please either
- print and complete an application form (PDF 70KB) and return by post
- request to be sent our In Remembrance booklet with application forms
- contact the Woodvale Lodge office and speak to the Memorials Officer
See more memorial options at Woodvale.
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