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A building for the incineration of the human dead.
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Now the best work by the architect Ferdinand Miluky is getting a monography"The crematorium by architect Ferdinand Miluky in Bratislava from 1962-1968 is like a revelation.
Coun Ian Lloyd, portfolio holder for arts and leisure at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, said: "The Heart of England Crematorium is a private crematorium, owned by The Dignity Group, who own crematoriums across the country.
According to Freedom of Information responses from local authorities that run crematoriums in the UK, an adult cremation in the UK now costs an average of GBP640.
A CONTROVERSIAL plan to build a crematorium in Flintshire has been rejected by Flintshire County Council.
BOSSES at Aberdeen Crematorium have failed to retrieve any ashes from the funerals of 24 babies in the past five years, a BBC investigation will claim tonight.
But not all crematoriums in the region will be able to meet this criteria and as a result families could see an extra fee added to charges at some crematoriums.
CEMETERIES are being forced to rebuild their crematorium furnaces as fat Brummies can no longer fit into them.
RESIDENTS are protesting at plans to build a crematorium on greenbelt land in Wirral.
Vandals have caused pounds 20,000 damage to a Birmingham crematorium after targeting it five times in ten days.
A judge put four funeral-related businesses, including one in Burbank, on probation Wednesday after state officials reported widespread violations in the handling of bodies at an East Los Angeles crematorium.
Being so central means local people will no longer have to face long journeys to other crematoriums.
Yesterday, the Record revealed how Norma Ingles was told her 30-stone husband Robert's coffin would not fit in any crematorium in Scotland.