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COMMUNITY leaders have backed calls for a crematorium to be built in Flintshire. Grieving families currently have to travel to Chester or Wrexham for the cremation of their loved ones but pay more in Chester than residents from Cheshire. Last month Alyn and Deeside MP Mark Tami made a call for Flintshire Council to consider building a crematorium in Flintshire. Now Connah’s Quay Town Council has unanimously decided to back Mr Tami in his calls.
The Leader | 12/10/2011
CALLS have been made for a crematorium to be built in Flintshire to save residents hundreds of pounds and reduce stress. Currently anyone in the county wishing to cremate a loved one has to travel across the border to Chester Crematorium in Blacon– and pay £164 more than a Cheshire West and Chester constituency resident. The only other alternatives are to travel to Pentrebychan in Wrexham or Colwyn Bay. He told the Chronicle Flintshire residents should have the right to be put to rest in the place where they were born and raised.
Flintshire | 16/9/2011
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