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Find funeral directors in Cambridge

If you’re looking for a funeral director in Cambridge, we’re here to help. With our directory you can find family-run funeral homes and well-known names like Co-op and Dignity. So whether you want to plan a simple service or a big celebration of life, you can find the right one to meet your needs.

Planning a funeral in Cambridge

When it comes to planning a funeral in Cambridge, there are over 40 cemeteries and 3 crematoriums. The city also has many places of worship where your religious beliefs will be celebrated and respected. These include the Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue to the Cambridge Buddhist Temple, Christ Church and Cambridge Central Mosque.

Find a Cambridge crematorium

There are 3 crematoriums in Cambridge and the surrounding area:

  • Cambridge City Crematorium: A city-based crematorium that holds faith-based or secular funerals. It has 2 chapels and a large garden area where a memorial for your loved one can be placed. There are also gardens and woodlands where ashes can be scattered.
  • Peterborough Crematorium:  This crematorium has 26 acres of land, which has been left as original ancient woodland.
  • Fenland Crematorium: A modern state-of-the-art building can be found at this crematorium, with the chapel able to accommodate larger funerals and multi-faith services.

Find a burial ground or cemetery in Cambridge

There are more than 40 cemeteries in Cambridge . These include:

  • Denny Abbey (privately owned):
  • Histon Road Cemetery(council owned): Located about one mile from Cambridge city centre, this cemetery is currently closed to new burials. It’s cared for by Cambridge City Council.
  • Holy Trinity Church  (privately owned)
  • Huntingdon Road Cemetery (council owned): This cemetery can be found next to Cambridge Crematorium where burial space is available in traditional, lawned and secular plots. The cemetery also offers a green burial site.
  • Little Saint Mary Churchyard (privately owned): This medieval cemetery has a wild garden but does not currently has space for new burials.
  • Mill Road Cemetery (privately owned): This Grade II heritage cemetery is privately owned but managed by the council. There’s currently no new grave spaces available.
  • Newmarket Road Cemetery (council owned): There are currently no new grave spaces available at this cemetery, only space for burials in existing graves.

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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.