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It’s a vital conversation, but it can be a daunting one. Who can you talk to for clear answers on end of life events and planning?

Life over Lunch sets out to put all the experts in one room so that you can get the answers you need. Hear brief, informative addresses and talk to industry professionals about the important matters. Enjoy a lively, animated exchange of information in a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Life over lunch will be held at the beautiful West Terrace Cemetery on Friday 21st July and will be hosted by renowned celebrant Bruce Logan.

Hear addresses by:

· The Adelaide Public Trustee

· A leading Funeral Director


- Tony Saulters, Adelaide Cemeteries Authority

- Beth Castell, Turner Freeman Lawyers

Enjoy a 2 course meal by Italian street food specialists ‘FEISTY FILOMENA’ in a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Following the event, you may choose to enjoy a hosted complimentary historical tour of the cemetery.

Seats are strictly limited, so register with the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority now.

WHAT: Life Over Lunch information event

PRICE: $20/person includes a complimentary Day Tour

WHEN: Friday 21st July 2017, 12pm – 2pm (arrive 11.30am)

WHERE: West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide

TICKETS: https://tinyurl.com/y9g2wdz5
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Adelaide Cemeteries Authority has recognised that there is a demand for a physical space to visit and reflect your loved ones, particularly in the early stages. The new Pavilion Garden provides a unique space that captures the metropolitan Enfield sunset views, with the new features such as the Amphitheater the garden will allow families to have an outdoor service for their loved ones.

The modern garden has an ambiance of peace and tranquility as you listen to the sound of water go past with spaces for both burials and cremation memorials. This new garden will sell fast, be sure to pre-purchase your resting space in this beautiful garden before it is sold out.
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From a stunning wildflower setting to a tranquil native woodland, the desire for a natural burial can be met at the Enfield Memorial Park or Smithfield Memorial Park.

A unique, environmentally sustainable option to more traditional practices, these places abound with colour and life, providing an ideal space for family and friends to gather and celebrate the life of a loved one.
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Everyone will be remembered for something; their infectious laughter; the seeds of wisdom they scatter along the way; that deep, unconditional love they show family and friends. How we live and love today is how we’ll finally be remembered.

How will you be remembered?

To find out more visit www.aca.sa.gov.au
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Bearing all the hallmarks of European tradition and style, Enfield Mausoleum provides a distinguished final resting place.
This impressive, secluded precinct offers peace and privacy for family and friends gathered to honour the life of a loved one.

To find out more visit www.aca.sa.gov.au
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Everyone will be remembered for something; their infectious laughter; the seeds of wisdom they scatter along the way; that deep, unconditional love they show family and friends. How we live and love today is how we’ll finally be remembered.

How will you be remembered?

To find out more visit www.aca.sa.gov.au
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Many people choose to place floral and other tributes at burial and memorial sites for personal, cultural and religious reasons. This practice is welcomed at Enfield Memorial Park, Cheltenham Cemetery, Smithfield Memorial Park and West Terrace Cemetery.

To ensure a safe and secure environment in which families can grieve as they choose, the Adelaide Cemeteries Authority has updated its tributes policy. These changes follow substantial community consultation and apply to all cemeteries under the Authority’s care.

These fair and equitable guidelines seek to address the wide ranging views of the community and will take effect from Thursday 1 September 2016. In the meantime, we ask that you please familiarise yourself with the revised policy by visiting www.aca.sa.gov.au.
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As seen in the City Messenger today, did you know that the last surviving traditional gargoyle of the city sits on the Smyth Chapel at West Terrace Cemetery?

The Smyth Memorial Chapel is a rare example of a mortuary chapel within a major Australian cemetery. Father John Smyth, Archdeacon Patrick Russell and Bishop Laurence Bonaventure Sheil all played significant roles in the Church’s expansion in South Australia and are buried beneath the chapel.
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Defined by exquisite floral blooms & the delicate scent of roses, Charlotte Gardens is an inspiring place offering peace, beauty & solitude.
 
Here, friends and family can wander the perfectly manicured lawn, taking as much time as needed to celebrate the life of a loved one.
 
To find out more visit www.aca.sa.gov.au
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Everyone will be remembered for something; their infectious laughter; the seeds of wisdom they scatter along the way; that deep, unconditional love they show family and friends. 

How we live and love today is how we’ll finally be remembered.

How will you be remembered? 

To find out more visit www.aca.sa.gov.au
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