Utilising light, space and natural materials instill a sense of calm
Clarach Road, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 3DG
Arguably the most beautiful setting of any crematorium in the UK. Set in the Cynfelyn valley, overlooking fields, woods and the distant sea, the building has been especially designed to blend into this landscape and has the look of a small country house.
The Chapel seats 86 and is characterised by a large bay window overlooking the valley below.A small woodland cemetery is also provided and attracts families from across Wales and the English borders.VISIT WEBSITE
Canterbury Road (A260), Barham, Nr Canterbury, Kent CT4 6QU
Opened in 1956, close to Canterbury, Barham is renowned as one of the finest crematoria in the country, built to a wonderfully high standard and with stunning views across the Kent countryside.
Barham crematorium is a place of beauty and peace, set in acres of manicured parkland with majestic views across the Elham Valley. This is a place of excellence, tranquillity and tradition.VISIT WEBSITE
Borders Crematorium, Melrose TD6 9HA
After many years of planning, a new crematorium for the Scottish Borders has opened.
Its setting could not be more spectacular, in the lee of the Eildon Hills and within walking distance of Melrose and the River Tweed.VISIT WEBSITE
Basildon & District Crematorium and Cemetery
Church Road, Bowers Gifford, Basildon, Essex SS13 2HG
Set inside Pitsea cemetery, the crematorium was developed in agreement with Basildon and District council to meet a long standing need. A new cemetery has recently been opened to provide additional burial ground.VISIT WEBSITE
Newcourt Wood, Charing, Ashford, Kent TN27 0EB
Opened in 1936, Charing is one of the most historic crematoria in the country. Set in natural woodland surroundings it has the appearance of an elegant country house and is widely admired for its wonderful landscapes and distinguished tradition.VISIT WEBSITE
Holt Road, Cromer NR27 9JJ
Built in Partnership with Cromer Town Council to meet this long standing need for a new crematorium in North Norfolk.VISIT WEBSITE
Forest of Dean Crematorium
Yew Tree Brake, Speech House Road, Nr Cinderford, Gloucestershire GL14 3HU
The Forest of Dean Crematorium resulted from a joint venture between Westerleigh and Forest of Dean District council. The building was especially designed to nestle in the Forest landscape and provides a picturesque setting for funerals from Chepstow, Monmouth, Lydney and Ross-on-Wye.VISIT WEBSITE
Forest Park Cemetery & Crematorium
Forest Road, Hainault, Essex, IG6 3HP
The cemetery and crematorium were constructed in agreement with the London Borough of Redbridge and was the first new facility to be built in London for over 40 years. The arrangement also saw Westerleigh take over the management and maintenance of the Council’s four existing cemeteries and four closed churchyards
The crematorium has been designed to meet a variety of religious and cultural beliefs including Church of England, Roman Catholic, Hindu and Sikh.
Catfoot Lane, Lambley, Nottingham NG4 4QH
Opened in 2017 to serve the borough of Gedling on the North Eastern edge of Nottingham.VISIT WEBSITE
Great Glen Crematorium
London Road, Great Glen LE8 9DJ
Opened in 2017 to serve Southern Leicestershire and Harborough areas.VISIT WEBSITE
Howe Bridge Crematorium
Off Lovers Lane, Atherton, Manchester, M46 0PZ
The site was developed in agreement with Wigan Metropolitan Council who own the adjacent cemetery and involved the conversion of a disused chapel into an office suite and remembrance chapel.
Set in several acres of beautifully maintained gardens, the whole place has a feeling of peace and tranquillity. This is reflected in the spacious chapel, constructed from natural brick and honey coloured timber.
Penprys Road, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire. SA14 8BX
Overlooking Llanelli with views of the Gower where it meets the sea, Llanelli crematorium provides a natural place for families to hold a dignified service of their choice. Serving communities from Ammanford to Llanelli, as well as Pontarddulais, Gorseinon and the Western side of Swansea. The building has been especially designed to blend into its natural surroundings, offering a place of peace and seclusion, so important for a funeral.VISIT WEBSITE
New Southgate Cemetery & Crematorium
Brunswick Park Road, New Southgate, N11 IJJ
A restored Victorian cemetery near to the centre of London, New Southgate cemetery and crematorium is regarded as one of the most beautiful and well maintained in England.
Since it was established in 1856, New Southgate has provided a unique and wonderfully natural setting for the divergent populations of North London. This includes large burial sections for the Greek Orthodox, Afro-Caribbean and Roman Catholic communities.
Parndon Wood Cemetery & Crematorium
Parndon Wood Road, Harlow, Essex CM19 4SF
Set within ancient woodland, the service at Parndon Wood was transferred from Harlow council in July 2011 following a comprehensive tender process.
Refurbished recently, the whole site benefits from a continous programme of improvement.VISIT WEBSITE
Stretcholt, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4SR
A new crematorium to serve the people of Sedgemoor opened in the autumn of 2013. Lying between Highbridge and Bridgwater, on the A 38 at Stretcholt, the building and grounds are set within the beautiful countryside of the Somerset levels.
A place of seclusion and peace, offering the natural tranquillity so important for a funeral.VISIT WEBSITE
Test Valley Crematorium
Ridge Lane, Romsey, Hampshire. SO51 6AA
Set on the edge of Romsey, the new service has been especially designed in the local rural character so it blends into the countryside, offering a place of peace and seclusion, so important for a funeral.
The chapel is light & spacious, built in the traditional red brick with picture windows along one side to frame the magnificent views beyond.VISIT WEBSITE
Torquay crematorium, Hele Road, Torquay, TQ2 7QG
The service was transferred to Westerleigh in November 2008 following a detailed tender process and with the aim of delivering wide ranging improvements across the facilities.VISIT WEBSITE
Treswithian Downs Crematorium
Treswithian Downs Crematorium, Puggis Hill , Camborne TR14 0BL
Located just off the A30 and close to the town of Camborne, the new crematorium serves Mid and West Cornwall and has substantially reduced journey times to the existing crematorium at Truro. Nestled into the hillside, the chapel has wide views of the stunning Cornish landscape.VISIT WEBSITE
Vale Royal Crematorium
Vale Royal Crematorium, Shurlach Lane, Davenham, Northwich CW9 8RP
Set within the Heart of Cheshire, overlooking the river Dane below, Vale Royal crematorium provides a natural place for families to hold a dignified service of their choice. Serving communities from Tarporley to Knutsford, Middlewich, Northwich and surrounding areas.VISIT WEBSITE
Wessex Vale Crematorium
Bubb Lane, West End, S030 2HL
Wessex Vale crematorium is amongst the most environmentally friendly in Europe.
The chapel has a state of the art media centre, providing live webcasts, online virtual tours and an almost unlimited music library. Tradition is not forgotten though and the beautiful, multi faith chapel is fitted with a Viscount organ. All forms of live music are welcome and the crematorium staff would be pleased to offer any advice you may need.
West Berkshire Crematorium
Bath Road, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 4LD
Built to provide a much needed facility for Newbury and surrounding areas the crematorium has been designed to blend into its rural surroundings and has the appearance of a country house.VISIT WEBSITE
Westerleigh Road, Westerleigh, Bristol BS37 8QP
Built on the outskirts of Bristol to relieve pressure on the busy inner city sites, Westerleigh is now the leading facility in the area providing cremation, burial and remembrance gardens as well as a woodland burial ground.VISIT WEBSITE
West Lothian Crematorium
Cousland Wood, Starlaw Place, Off Starlaw Road, Livingston EH54 7FD
A new crematorium, set in the heart of West Lothian, opened in April 2010 in Cousland Wood, Livingston.
The new service is the result of a partnership between specialist operators, Westerleigh, and West Lothian Council where Westerleigh were selected for the quality of their design and national experience.VISIT WEBSITE
West Suffolk Crematorium
Risby, Bury St Edmunds, IP28 6RR
The crematorium was built in 1989 on a greenfield site covering 13 acres.
The chapel reflects this rural setting with oak carved doors and pews and a light, peaceful atmosphere. A new cemetery was opened within the grounds in 2005 in conjunction with the local authority and a woodland burial area has also since been developed.
West Wiltshire Crematorium
Devizes Road, Semington, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 6HL
Opened in 1996, the crematorium was designed in sympathy with traditional Wiltshire architecture and occupies a 10 acre rural site overlooking the pastures which border the Kennet & Avon canal at Semington.
Adjacent land has been recently acquired for future use as a cemetery.
West Lancashire Cemetery & Crematorium
Pippin St, Burscough, Ormskirk, Lancashire, L40 7SP
Set in the heart of the countryside on the edge of Burscough, this new cemetery and crematorium provides a natural place for families of West Lancashire to hold a dignified service of their choice. The building has been especially designed to blend into its natural surroundings, offering a place of peace and seclusion, so important for a funeral.
Set in over 40 acres, the bereaved have both the space and time to organise the individual funeral that they want.VISIT WEBSITE
Woollensbrook Cemetery & Crematorium
Hertford Road, Hoddesdon, Herts EN11 9BN
Built in partnership with Broxbourne Borough Council to provide vital new burial space and a new crematorium to serve its residents for the first time.VISIT WEBSITE