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Find Black Country funeral directors

Do you need help to arrange a funeral service in the Black Country? Try our directory of Black Country funeral directors. It lets you see all your options in one place, including funeral parlours in Dudley, Tipton, Bilston and beyond. We’ve included several independent Black Country funeral homes to give you the best chance of finding the right kind of help near you.

Planning a funeral in the Black Country

You can plan almost any kind of funeral in the Black Country. With 7 crematoriums and more than 30 cemeteries, there are options for direct cremations, cremation funerals and traditional burials. Among the cemeteries, there are at least 2 natural burial grounds and several council cemeteries with Islamic burial areas. The area is also home to dozens of mosques, churches and gurdwaras, as well as several Hindu temples.

Find a Black Country crematorium

There are crematoriums dotted throughout the Black Country, including in major towns like Dudley, Wolverhampton and West Bromwich.

Find a cemetery or burial ground in the Black Country

The Black Country has many cemeteries, including at least 2 green burial grounds and several cemeteries with dedicated Muslim sections. Here are just a few of them:

  • Beacon Hill Cemetery, Bilston (council-run)
  • Danescourt Cemetery, Wolverhampton (council-run) – has an Islamic burial area
  • Dudley New Cemetery (council-run) – has an Islamic burial area
  • Brierley Hill Cemetery, Dudley (council-run) – has an Islamic burial area
  • Gornal Wood Cemetery, Dudley (council-run) – has a woodland burial area
  • Heath Lane Cemetery, West Bromwich (council-run)
  • North Walsall Cemetery (council-run)
  • Thimblemill Cemetery, Smethwick (council-run) – has an Islamic burial area
  • Willenhall Lawn Cemetery, Walsall (council-run)
  • Wrottesley Park Natural Burial Ground, near Wolverhampton (privately run)

Most of these burial grounds are run by various local authorities. Visit Dudley Council, Walsall Council, Sandwell Council or the City of Wolverhampton Council to learn more.

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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.