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Members of the public may apply to scatter cremated ashes in one of following Gardens of Remembrance of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (FEHD): 
 

  • Cape Collinson
  • Diamond Hill
  • Fu Shan
  • Kwai Chung
  • Wo Hop Shek
  • Cheung Chau
  • Lamma Island
  • Peng Chau


On payment of a prescribed fee, members of the public may also choose to mount a commemorative plaque on the wall of the Garden of Remembrance to commemorate the deceased.

Application procedures

Application period

Application should be submitted to FEHD at least 10 days prior to the proposed date for scattering the cremated ashes.
 

Applicant

The applicant must be the same person as the one who collected the cremated ashes as mentioned in the “Permit to take away cremated ashes”.  The applicant can authorise a person to act on his or her behalf in written format. The authorised person should provide the authorization letter when making the application.
 

Form

Application for Scattering Cremated Ashes / Mounting Commemorative Plaques at Gardens of Remembrance (FEHB219)
 

Documents required
  1. The original copy of the “Permit to Take Away Cremated Ashes”;and
  2. If the application is made by an authorised person, copy of the HKID card of the applicant and the authorised person should be submitted.
     
Submission Method

The applicant or the authorised person should submit the application to any one of the following offices of the Cemeteries and Crematoria Section, FEHD.
 

Fee

It is free of charge to scatter cremated ashes in Gardens of Remembrance. 

The fee for mounting a commemorative plaque is $90 (excluding the costs for the purchase and installation of plaques, the commemorative plaque shall be purchased from a registered contractor, please click here for the list of registered contractor.)
 

Processing time

Approval will be granted by FEHD normally within 5 working days from the date of receipt of a duly completed application.

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Last update: 4 Sep 2019
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