About CPC Tewkesbury
The CPC Tewkesbury crematorium was officially opened by Adam Henson in April 2015. The site allows us to provide compassionate and dignified pet cremation services to Gloucestershire and surrounding areas.
We had to out our 13 year old Staffordshire bull terrier put to sleep (most heartbreaking decision I’ve ever had to make) called CPC Tewkesbury to have her cremated and back in casket. They were so supportive and professional, I would recommend to anyone. She has arrived back today such a wonderful feeling knowing she was treated with such respect and carefully brought back home… We can’t thank you enough the casket is beautiful. Pricing wasn’t expensive either for the service and support you get from friendly and professional staff.
Individual Pet Cremation
Based in Gloucestershire, the CPC Tewkesbury crematorium is fully equipped to provide a dignified pet cremation service to people living throughout the Midlands, South West and Wales.
- Ensures that your pet is individually cremated with compassion
- Provides you with peace of mind that you will receive the ashes of your beloved pet and nothing more.
- Helps you to say goodbye in the way you want
- Provides you with the opportunity to attend your pet’s cremation
- Offers a range of caskets and urns for the safe return of your pet’s ashes
Attending your Pet’s Cremation
Saying your final farewell can provide a great sense of closure. We welcome all pet owners to attend the cremation of their pet. Please contact us to confirm availability.
Returning your ashes
Your pet’s ashes are securely packed before being sent to either your home address or veterinary practice. You also have the option to collect the ashes in person if you prefer. You can expect. Please visit our Individual Pet Cremation page for full information on the service provided.
We understand that saying goodbye to any family member is difficult. We offer a range of ways that you can say farewell. For more information, please visit our pet tributes section of the website.
Gardens of Remembrance
Opened by Adam Henson the landscaped Remembrance Gardens provide a tranquil space for owners to reminisce. We have also created wildlife-friendly attractions within the garden to encourage bio-diversity.
St Peters Garden Centre
(20 minutes by car, 15.5 miles)
Pear Tree Farm, Broomhall
Worcester, Worcestershire WR5 2NY
Tel: 01905 357595
St Peters garden centre is a family run garden centre, with a coffee shop that offers a warm welcome and a range of food and drink.
Tewkesbury Garden Centre
(9 minutes by car, 3 miles)
Tewkesbury Garden Centre
Worcester Road, The Mythe
Tewkesbury GL20 6EB
Tel: 01684 293103
An independently run garden centre in the beautiful surroundings of Tewkesbury.
Pubs & Hotels
The Boat House
(16 minutes by car, 9.3 miles)
King John’s Island, Myrtle Road,
Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 6EB
Tel: 01684 257714
A restaurant with great views of the picturesque River Avon.
Elmbury Lodge (and Premier Inn Hotel)
(2 minutes by car, 0.5 miles)
Shannon Way, Ashchurch, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 8ND
Tel: 01684 278680
A family orientated pub, just minutes away from our site, that boasts a menu that caters to all tastes and offers accommodation.
Towns & Villages
(6 minutes by car, 2 miles)
A large town with many notable Tudor buildings and the famous Tewkesbury Abbey.
(20 by car, 8.5 miles)
Cheltenham is known for Regency buildings, including the Pittville Pump Room, a remnant of Cheltenham’s past as a spa town. There’s fine art at The Wilson museum, and the Victorian Everyman Theatre has an ornate auditorium.
(35 minutes by car, 19 miles)
Malvern is a beautiful spa town with lots of interesting historic buildings, such as the Great Malvern Priory, a former Benedictine Monastery. The Malvern lifestyle attracts artists and craftspeople, which product some beautiful works, as well as antiques dealers, book shops and boutiques. The Malvern Hills inspired composer Sir Edward Elgar.
(31 minutes by car, 17.8 miles)
The historic city of Worcester is overlooked by the imposing 12th Century Cathedral and was the site of the final battle of the Civil War. The city is also a major retail centre, with several covered shopping centres which house most major chains, as well as a variety of independent shops and restaurants, particularly in Friar Street and New Street.
Other Places of Interest:
Abbey Tea Rooms
(8 minutes by car, 2.1 miles)
59 Church Street, Tewkesbury,
Gloucestershire GL20 5RZ
Tel: 01684 292215
Step back in time in Tewkesbury’s oldest tea room, with a range of meals cooked with locally sourced produce.