Marley Hall Pet Crematorium in Herefordshire has been nominated as a finalist in The Countryside Alliance Awards.

“Marley Hall Pet Crematorium was founded by us, Harry and Angharad Whittal. We are a small pet crematorium located in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside just outside Ledbury, with magnificent views of the Malvern Hills.

“We have always had pets of various shapes and sizes and know first-hand the joy they bring to our lives. As animal lovers, we wanted to provide a very special service for cherished and adored pets.

“We offer a very discrete and private cremation. Your pet is treated as an individual and looked after with the utmost care and respect. We are a dedicated and compassionate couple, understanding that this is a sensitive time for you and your family. Please be assured that at Marley Hall, every pet is always handled with the greatest dignity.

“It’s important to us that your loyal companion gets a fitting send-off to celebrate a special life. With this in mind, we like to offer as many choices as possible.

To arrange a visit to our pet crematorium, contact us today. Alternatively, we’d happily come to your home to make things easier.”

Harry and Angharad from Marley Hall Pet Crematorium told Your Herefordshire how delighted they are to have been nominated for an award. They said:

“We are delighted to have been nominated for the award, and feel humbled that our customers think so highly of the service we offer their much loved pets”

The Countryside Alliance Awards celebrate rural businesses that go the extra mile, support their local economy and are the unsung heroes in every community.

You can vote for your favourite rural businesses here.

The National winners will be announced 17th May 2023.

Being nominated for the Countryside Alliance Awards can have a real impact on rural businesses. Most importantly, those businesses which go on to become finalists or champions will receive regional and national recognition, strengthening the reputation of their brand.  

Rishi Sunak, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

“I know the importance of a thriving rural economy. Butchers, farm shops, pubs, hotels, and post offices are the lifeblood of North Yorkshire’s economy – as they are for rural communities across the country.

“I am a supporter of the Countryside Alliance Awards and was incredibly proud last year when my local, the Exelby Green Dragon Community pub, won the ‘highly commended pub’ title.”