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Peaceways is a provisional Member of The Association of Private Pet Cemeteries and Crematoria, the only UK body setting standards for the Industry.

 

 

Pet Crematorium in East Sussex

England’s first animal crematorium

When you lose a much loved pet how you say goodbye matters so much. Peaceways pet crematorium in East Sussex provides a caring, sensitive and personal service. Set in beautiful surroundings near Lewes, Peaceways is a haven of calm, giving you the time to reflect in the Garden of Remembrance and share memories.

The beauty of Peaceways pet crematorium owes much to it's manager, Jeff Tucker, who as well as putting all the arrangements in place for you has made the Garden of Remembrance his labour of love.

Peaceways can offer the service which best suits your needs, whether it be a private cremation , where your pet’s ashes are returned to you ,or a communal cremation where ashes are scattered in the Garden of Remembrance.

For private pet cremations, we offer wicker pouches containing the ashes or we can provide caskets in a range of sizes and prices. We also offer rose bushes which can be planted in your pet’s memory.

 

Woodland walk

We are creating a walk through the woodland at Peaceways as somewhere special for people reflecting on the beloved pets they have lost. They may have come for a cremation service or to visit a commemorative plaque or rosebush. This tranquil setting will have plants in season flowering along the walk, such as ferns, anemones and primulas with benches where people can relax and remember. Our aim is that eventually people may scatter ashes in the woodland and also have a commemorative plaque there if they wish.

How to contact Peaceways

We ask that all visitors to Peaceways pet crematorium make an appointment with Jeff Tucker first. You can contact him on 01825 841460 or 07985 925378, Monday to Friday from 9am to 3.30pm. Weekend service from 9am to 3.30pm now available. Please let us know if you need help to lift your pet before making your way to our reception.

Pickup Service

Visitors usually bring their pets to Peaceways. We do however now provide a pickup service if required. A charge is made accounting for distance and time. (For example, approximately £35.00 from Brighton area.)

How to find Peaceways

Peaceways pet crematorium is in East Sussex. It is very near to Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare on the B2192 between Ringmer and Halland, East Sussex and about 10 minutes from Lewes.

Peaceways Pet Crematorium, The Broyle, Ringmer, East Sussex, BN8 6PH

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Our services

Private cremation, cats £100.00
   
Private cremation, dogs  
Small dogs, less than 10kg (such as toy poodles and terriers) £120.00
Medium sized dogs, 10-30kg (such as cocker spaniels and collies) £130.00
Large dogs, 30-50kg (such as Labradors, great danes, greyhounds) £160.00
   
Communal cremations £70.00
Your pet’s ashes are scattered in Peaceway’s grounds  
   
   

 
   
Caskets  
Small and medium caskets

£20.00

Large caskets

£25.00

Cat casket

£35.00

Dog casket (small)

£45.00

Dog casket (large)

£65.00

   
   
Commemorate  your pet  
With a rose bush in the Garden of Remembrance £15.00
With a plaque From £24.00 with an additional 30p per letter

Casket PlaquesCasket

We now offer custom engraved plaques for all sizes of caskets. The plaques come in small and large sizes, priced as follows;

Small plaque    £10.00.

Large plaque    £15.00.

Both together on the same casket is £20.00.

 

 

"Thank you for your kindness and compassion to us and our beloved cats"

“We would just like to say a big thank you for your tender handling of our dog’s cremation. We feel comforted that his final journey was made in such lovely surroundings”

“Thank you for your kindness towards our pet, to know he was in good hands right to the end was a blessing”

“Thank you for looking after our dog it was so lovely to find people who treat them with the same respect as humans. The kindness shown made it so much easier to cope with our loss.”

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