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Find funeral directors in Maidenhead

If you’re planning a funeral in Maidenhead, you can use our directory to browse Maidenhead funeral homes and quickly compare prices and services. As well as listing funeral directors in Maidenhead itself, we’ve included options in local towns such as Marlow, Slough and Hedgerley. Take your time and choose from a range of family-owned independents, plus well-known names like Funeral Partners and Dignity.

Planning a funeral in Maidenhead

There are lots of options for funerals in Maidenhead, whether you’re planning a traditional service, a direct cremation or a natural burial. Are you looking for a place of worship? Maidenhead has dozens of churches, a gurdwara and a Quaker meeting house. It’s also home to Windsor Muslim Association, a community organisation that offers support for bereaved Muslim families. You can learn more about Maidenhead’s places of worship on the local council website. You’ll also find several woodland burial sites in the local area. These include Henley Woodland Burial Ground (privately run), GreenAcres Chiltern (privately run) and Chesham Bois Burial Ground (managed by Chesham Bois Parish Council).

Find a Maidenhead crematorium

There is no crematorium in Maidenhead or Windsor. This means you’ll have to travel if you’re planning a cremation. The closest crematoriums are:

Find a Maidenhead cemetery or burial ground

You can choose from 2 cemeteries in Maidenhead, both owned by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead council (RBWM):

  • All Saints Cemetery (council-owned)
  • Braywick Cemetery (council-owned): has dedicated sections for different faiths, including Jewish burials

There are 2 more cemeteries in Windsor, a short distance away. These are:

  • Oakley Green Cemetery (council-owned): has a columbarium - a special shared memorial for ashes
  • Windsor Cemetery (council-owned)

If you’d like to find out more about a Maidenhead council cemetery, visit the RBWM website.

Find a funeral wake venue in Maidenhead

Many hotels, restaurants and social clubs allow funeral wakes. It might be worth contacting a few to see how much they cost to hire. Alternatively, you could have a home wake. Simply invite a few people to your house, share some memories and perhaps serve some home-cooked food. Here’s a website that lists some potential funeral wake venues.

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We recommend taking some time to look into the different cemeteries and crematoriums listed above before you make your choice. You can find more information through their websites or by reading independent reviews. This will help you to find the best option to meet your needs.