Sylvyan Funerals

Burial
Ipswich Funeral Services

The majority of cemeteries today are lawn cemeteries where a small block of concrete is set in the lawn and an inscribed plaque is set on to it. This enables much easier maintenance and usually a much tidier appearance. Cemeteries have a day a week on which they remove all the flowers. This is necessary for the lawns to be cared for correctly. Except for immediately after a burial all flowers must be placed in the prescribed receptacles which are provided. This promotes uniformity and prevents the cemetery owner becoming liable for breakages.

Cemetery plots may be pre-purchased. Our funeral director or local council can arrange that for you or a plot may be purchased "at need". Generally a first interment is made to eight feet and allows a prescribed consolidating time fora second burial at six feet.

 
An inscription on a plaque may be arranged after the burial.

Funeral Services

JOHN OXLEY FUNERALS Burial
JOHN OXLEY FUNERALS Cremation

Locations

JOHN OXLEY FUNERALS Ipswich
JOHN OXLEY FUNERALS Centenary
Ipswich FUNERAL Toowoomba
Funerals Ipswich Logan / Gold Coast