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Price list for the period 1st April 2023 to 31st March 2024. NOTE: As part of the Competition and Marketing Authority requirements, our Crematorium pricing information also has to be provided in a specific format. This can be found in the document available for viewing and download below.
Some of the questions that are regularly asked about burials and cremations.
Information on opening times, how to find us, facilities available at Rose Hill Crematorium and the disposal, collection and burial of cremated remains. We openly encourage visitors; anyone wishing to view the facilities may do so, please contact Bereavement Services Office to do so.
The service is responsible for the management of one crematorium, thirteen cemeteries and the maintenance of twelve closed churchyards within the borough.
If you are looking for the resting place of someone who has passed away, we may be able to help you.
Every death in England or Wales should be registered in the district in which it takes place, within 5 days of the date of death where there is no Coroner involvement.
A still birth should be registered within 42 days
New graves are generally allocated as the next one available in the operational sections and rows of each cemetery. When a right of burial is purchased, it gives the owner control over the burials in the grave, as well as the right to place a memorial.