CEMETERIES

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Choose a cemetery to view its section map and contact information. If the cemetery you’re interested in is not listed, feel free to reach out to us for further assistance.

Choose a cemetery to view its section map and contact information. If the cemetery you’re interested in is not listed, feel free to reach out to us for further assistance.

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  • South Bristol

Western Cemetery

Western Cemetery, situated in Cardiff, South Wales, stands as a prominent burial ground. Established in July 1936, it provides an array of burial options, including lawn memorials, traditional graves, and spaces for cremated remains.

In addition to catering to diverse preferences, Western Cemetery accommodates specific cultural needs. It offers traditional memorials tailored for Muslim, Greek Orthodox, and Jewish burials, complete with a dedicated Jewish prayer house. As one of Cardiff’s largest cemeteries, it also features a serene garden designated for the scattering of cremated remains.

Address

Western Cemetery, Cowbridge Road West, Ely, CARDIFF CF5 5TG

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     08:30 – 18:00

Sat-Sun     09:30 – 18:00

Telephone

Western Cemetery Section Map

Cathays North Cemetery

Cathays North Cemetery, nestled in the Cathays region of Cardiff, Wales, boasts a rich historical legacy. Established in 1859 to meet the demands of the city’s expanding populace, it was meticulously crafted to offer a tranquil and aesthetically pleasing final resting place.

Encompassing around 110 acres, the cemetery is thoughtfully divided into distinct sections. These include a consecrated area for Church of England burials, a non-conformist section, and a dedicated space for Jewish interments. Within its grounds lie an array of graves, monuments, and mausoleums, many of which hold profound historical and architectural significance.

Address

Allensbank Road, Heath, CARDIFF CF14 3QY

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     09:00 – 17:45

Sat-Sun     10:00 – 17:45

Telephone

Cathays North Cemetery Section Map

Cathays South Cemetery

Established back in 1859, Cathays Cemetery (South) stands as one of Cardiff’s oldest burial grounds, offering a final resting place for individuals from diverse backgrounds, including prominent figures from the city’s history.

Encompassing roughly 110 acres, Cathays Cemetery presents a picturesque landscape adorned with lush lawns, mature trees, and intricate tombstones. Within its serene confines lie a multitude of graves, echoing the multicultural tapestry of Cardiff’s heritage. From majestic Victorian monuments to humble headstones, the cemetery showcases a broad spectrum of memorial styles and architectural motifs, providing insight into the evolving funeral traditions and design sensibilities of its era.

Address

Fairoak Road, Cathays, CARDIFF CF24 4PY

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     09:00 – 17:45

Sat-Sun     10:00 – 17:45

Telephone

Cathays South Cemetery Section Map

Northern Cemetery

Northern Cemetery sits in proximity to the expansive Thornhill Cemetery, one of Cardiff’s largest burial grounds, which continues to expand rapidly.

This new site is poised to offer burial space for the next 35 to 40 years, complementing the existing Thornhill Cemetery and addressing the city’s growing needs.

Address

Thornhill Rd, CARDIFF

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     09:00 – 17:00

Sat-Sun     Closed

Telephone

Northern Cemetery Section Map

Thornhill Cemetery

Opened in August 1952, Thornhill Cemetery, along with its accompanying Crematorium inaugurated the following year, stands as a renowned burial ground in the Thornhill locale of Cardiff. Housing two chapels, Wenallt Chapel and Briwnant Chapel, this distinguished cemetery offers various sections catering to different types of graves, including eight Gardens of Remembrance designated for the scattering of cremated remains.

Recognised for its excellence, Thornhill Cemetery clinched the prestigious title of Cemetery of the Year in both 2019 and 2020, bestowed by the Memorial Awareness Board. Among Cardiff’s largest burial grounds, it currently facilitates over 3000 cremations and approximately 700 burials annually. Expanded in 2021, Thornhill Cemetery now provides burial space for an additional 35 to 40 years, addressing the city’s ongoing needs.

Address

Thornhill Rd, CARDIFF, CF14 9UA

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     09:00 – 17:45

Sat-Sun     10:00 – 17:45

Telephone

Thornhill Cemetery Section Map

Pantmawr Cemetery

Pantmawr Cemetery, situated in Whitchurch, Cardiff, originally opened its gates in July 1931 in response to the escalating need for burial space in the city. Also known as Whitchurch Cemetery, it serves the local community in the Whitchurch area.

To address the ongoing demand, the cemetery underwent expansion in 2005, ensuring its ability to accommodate burials. Presently, it is estimated to have approximately 14 years of available space before reaching full capacity. In 2010, a refurbishment initiative was undertaken to restore aging stonework throughout the grounds.

Within Pantmawr Cemetery rest memorials commemorating the lives of 16 individuals who perished during the Second World War.

Address

Pantmawr Cemetery,

Pantmawr Road, CARDIFF CF14 7TD

Opening Hours

Mon-Sun     09:30 – 17:45

Telephone

Pantmawr Cemetery Section Map

Penarth Cemetery

Penarth Cemetery debuted its grounds in 1903, following the acquisition of the land by the Penarth Urban District Council. Initially spanning 5 acres, the cemetery expanded in 1923 with the acquisition of additional adjacent land.

Since its inception, over 11,000 burials have taken place within the cemetery grounds, which remains open for full interment until its capacity is reached. Among its solemn landmarks, Penarth Cemetery honors the memory of 13 individuals who perished during World War 1 and 39 fallen from World War 2.

Address

Penarth Cemetery, Castle Ave,

PENARTH CF64 3QY

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     08:30 – 18:00

Sat-Sun     09:00 – 18:00

Telephone

Penarth Cemetery Section Map

Barry Cemetery

Barry (Merthyr Dyfan) Cemetery, nestled in the town of Barry in South Wales, has been a cornerstone of the local community since the late 19th century. Perched atop a hill, it offers panoramic vistas of the surrounding landscape.

Established in 1888 under the name Barry Cemetery, it underwent a renaming in 1953 to Barry Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, paying homage to the nearby parish of Merthyr Dyfan. Spanning approximately 18 acres, the cemetery is subdivided into distinct sections, accommodating Anglican, non-conformist, and Jewish burials within its consecrated grounds.

Address

Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, Cemetery Rd,

BARRY CF62 8BP

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri     08:00 – 16:15

Sat-Sun     08:30 – 16:15

Telephone

Barry (Merthyr Dyfan) Cemetery Section Map