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CWA Seminar - Woodland Burials, Aigas Community Forest

5th March
CWA has teamed up with Highlands and Islands Enterprise to deliver a seminar on Green Burials for community woodland groups.

The seminar will take place at The Magnus House, Aigas Field Centre, Nr Beauly - 9.30am registration, start 10am. Finish around 3.30pm.

This event aims to cover: planning and legal regulations, choosing suitable sites, infrastructure requirements, burial options, memorial areas, resources and supply chains and marketing.

Draft Outline of day
With a 10am start the first session, led by Rob Borusso of Kilfinan Community Forest, will focus on legislation and planning regulations. Jonathan Caddy will share experience from Wilkies Wood, the first Green Burial Site in Morayshire.

There will be group discussion on identifying a suitable green burial site and a visit out to Aigas Community Forest to view the pros and cons of a proposed site.

The final session, back at the venue, will look at the next steps to developing your own green burial business.

Please remember to bring suitable clothing and footwear for a walk in the forest.

To book please follow the link below or contact Caroline Derbyshire email
Please book before 1st March 2016.

This event is free and will include refreshments and a light lunch. Support for travel and subsistence will be available for delegates from community woodland groups in the HIE area.

Attached File: Booking Form Community Woodland Burial.doc
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