Cemeteries and Crematoriums in Sutton
Advice or information on local and other options for burial or cremation.
Cemetery and Cremation Facilities in Sutton
Sutton Cemetery (IBCA Charter For The Bereaved Member), Alcorn Close, off Oldfields Road, Sutton SM3 9PX (London Borough of Sutton - opened 1889). Telephone: 020 8644 9437
Cuddington Cemetery (c/o Sutton Cemetery), Lindsay Road, Worcester Park KT4 8LF (London Borough of Sutton - opened 1902). Telephone: 020 8644 9437
Bandon Hill Joint Cemetery, Plough Lane, Wallington SM6 8JQ (London Boroughs of Sutton and Croydon - opened 1900). Telephone: 020 8647 1024
Merton and Sutton Cemetery, Garth Road, Morden SM4 4NT (London Borough of Merton and Sutton - opened 1947). Telephone: 020 8545 3666
The North East Surrey Crematorium, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 4NJ (London Boroughs of Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth - opened 1958). Telephone: 020 8337 4835
Appointments for viewing or selection facilities available in your local cemeteries and crematorium can be made directly through their offices, or indirectly through your family funeral director.
Options that you may wish to consider include:
Traditional burial graves, lawn burial graves, cremation graves, woodland and green burial graves. Family graves, individual graves and public graves with options for the gravestones and floral planting. Grave maintenance schemes e.g. family maintenance or cemetery maintenance.
The use of our chapels for religious or non-religious burial and cremation services. Services with or without the use of a funeral director. The hire of a local public hall for reception purposes.
Cremation memorial and remembrance options including the crematorium garden of remembrance facilities and books of remembrance.
The burial, scattering or placing of cremated remains within the crematorium, in cemeteries or other private or public places.
Donation, dedication and sponsorship schemes for memorial seats, trees, plants, bulbs and flowers within the borough's cemeteries, crematorium, parks and open spaces.
Burial or Cremation?
If you are organising a funeral one of the initial choices you will have to make is whether it will be a burial ceremony or a cremation.
In recent years cremation has become more usual, with over 70 percent of the population in Britain choosing it instead of burial. Although cremation is generally considered more convenient, another reason for the decrease in burials is that many graveyards are reaching maximum capacity.
Cremation is usually cheaper than a burial and can be significantly cheaper in urban areas where there is less grave space. Cremation should cost around £400 to £500. Grave digging should cost from £600 to £800, and can cost more in some areas. These costs are for the burial or cremation alone and will not include funeral director's charges, transport, coffins or cremation urns.
Apply for it:
- Cruse Bereavement Care
- Child Bereavement
- The Compassionate Friends
- The Miscarriage Association
- Registering a Death
- Registering Still Births Homepage
- The Bereavement Register
- Office of Fair Trading Homepage
- The Probate Service Homepage
- National Association of Funeral Directors
- Terrance Higgins Trust
- The Natural Death centre
- The National Society of Allied & Independent Funeral Directors
- Find Sutton Cemetery