The cemetery has been owned and operated by the parish council since the first burial on 2nd August 1897. The council welcomes all visitors and we ask you to respect the peace, dignity and reverence of the site. The regulations below, are intended to create a harmonious environment, and to ensure that the cemetery is maintained in good and safe order for very many years to come. Special care should be taken when walking between the burial plots as the ground can be uneven.
If you identify a hazard please report this to the Parish Clerk.
Although the cemetery is never locked we recommend, on the grounds of safety, that visitors do not enter during the hours of darkness. Children under the age of 16 are not permitted in the cemetery except under the care and supervision of a responsible adult.
Dogs, except guide dogs, are not permitted.
A plan of the Cemetery showing the situation of each grave, with the Register of Burials, is kept by the Parish Clerk. Further information can be read through the links below.
Photograph of Belvoir Angel headstone carving © BluStorkStudio of Granby
Public Rights of Way