Council run cemeteries in St Edmundsbury Borough

Bury St Edmunds cemetery

You cannot buy new graves but burials still take place in family graves that have already been bought.

Opening times:

1 April to 30 September 8am to 7pm, every day (including public holidays)

1 October to 31 March 8am to 4.30pm, every day (including public holidays)

Address and location map:

Kings Road
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk
IP33 3DT

Google Maps - Bury St Edmunds cemetery

Burials in existing family graves:

If you have a family grave we can arrange for the interment of cremated remains in the grave. You will need the permission of the deed holder. Contact us to arrange this.

Facilities and services:

Chapel: there is a traditional chapel with seating for approximately 55 people, a small electric organ and hymn books.

Tributes: memorial benches and trees are available subject to availability.

See our Cemetery charges for a list of fees and services offered.

No vehicles are allowed in the cemetery except for blue badge holders.

Haverhill cemetery

Graves are available to buy in Haverhill cemetery. St Botolph's Meadowland is a designated area within the cemetery for biodegradable coffins. The area has wild flowers within a natural woodland setting. Contact us to discuss your needs.

Opening times:

1 April to 30 September 8am to 7pm, every day (including public holidays)

1 October to 31 March 8am to 4.30pm, every day (including public holidays)

Address and location map:

Withersfield Road
Haverhill
Suffolk
CB9 9HF

Google Maps - Haverhill cemetery

Facilities and services:

Chapel: there is a traditional chapel with seating for approximately 35 people, a small electric organ, hymn books. A a hearing loop system is also available.

Tributes: memorial benches and trees are available subject to availability.

See our charges for a list of fees and services offered

Only vehicles attending funeral services and blue badge holders are allowed access.

How do I buy a grave?

Contact us to buy a grave at or inter cremated remains at Haverhill cemetery. If you'd like to inter remains we would need permission from the deed holder.

By law, all interments need to be recorded in public burial registers and grave registers. These are available to look at by appointment. Complete the online cemeteries query form to make a request.

Cemetery records

By law, all interments need to be recorded in public burial registers and grave registers. These are available to look at by appointment. Complete the online cemeteries query form to make a request.

Cemetery regulations

Cemetery regulations effective from 1 January 2015