Blackburn Rovers FC Memorial Garden, Football Stadium, Ewood, Lancashire, England, UK, BB2 4JF

Blackburn Rovers FC Memorial Garden, Football Stadium, Ewood, Lancashire, England, UK, BB2 4JF Stock Photo

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Tony Smith / Alamy Stock Photo

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4932 x 3348 px | 41.8 x 28.3 cm | 16.4 x 11.2 inches | 300dpi

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11 October 2019


Ewood Park, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, BB2 4JF

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Ewood Park is a football stadium in the English town of Blackburn, Lancashire, and is the home of Blackburn Rovers Football Club Celebrating the life of a loved one, at Premiership & Championship Football Clubs Dates refer to when the advice was given and is liable to change so please contact club to get permission before organising a scattering ceremony. The dates at the end are when we were advised of the policy, if you have any more current information please let us know so we can help others. In alphabetical order (wouldn’t want to show any allegiance!) Arsenal – ashes are not interred or scattered at Emirates stadium. Aston Villa – regrettably, the club is no longer in a position to accept requests for the scattering of ashes. We no longer have areas of Villa Park that are suitable for ashes to remain, and we would not want to scatter ashes in locations that would not be fitting or appropriate. Likewise we are faced with the same issues at Bodymoor Heath. To recognise the passing of our fans and former players, the Club is looking at other fitting ways to pay tribute to them. We will be publishing something in the near future on our website, which will provide the details of how families and friends can remember a loved one. 16/06/10 Blackburn Rovers – ash scattering can be arranged through the clubs Chaplin although not on the pitch, they have a lovely garden of remembrance adjacent to the ground near the river. 29/06/10 Blackpool – The club don’t actually allow scattering of ashes but we allow the ashes to be buried at the side of the pitch. 14/06/10 Read more at

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