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Find funeral directors in Kensington and Chelsea

We’re here to help you find a funeral director in Kensington and Chelsea. You can use our directory to find out everything you need to know. We list local independent funeral directors and well-known companies such as Dignity and Co-op. We’ll help you to find Kensington and Chelsea funeral directors in all parts of the borough including North Kensington, Queens Park and West Brompton.

Planning a funeral in Kensington and Chelsea

The borough of Kensington and Chelsea is served by West London Crematorium, which is part of Kensal Green Cemetery. The crematorium and cemetery are owned by The General Cemetery Company. There are also 2 council-run cemeteries which are both open to all faiths and denominations for burial. There is a wide range of places of worship and religious buildings in the borough. These include mosques, churches, synagogues and temples.

Why compare Kensington and Chelsea funeral directors?

The cost of a funeral depends on a variety of factors. When you’re comparing funeral costs in Chelsea, you need to think about the type of service you want and whether you want to choose cremation or burial. You also need to consider the costs incurred by your preferred funeral director. You can use our directory to compare the options in one place, helping you to make an informed decision.

Find a Kensington and Chelsea crematorium

There is one crematorium found in Kensington and Chelsea:

  • West London Crematorium (privately owned) - it has 2 multi-faith chapels and extensive gardens of remembrance. The Callard Garden is a peaceful area in a waterside location. A variety of memorial options are offered, including memorial rose trees, columbarium niches, walled garden plaques and a book of remembrance.

Find a cemetery in Kensington and Chelsea

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea manages 2 cemeteries. These are:

  • Gunnersbury Cemetery (council-run) - new burial spaces available. Adjacent to Gunnersbury Park, the main office for both cemeteries is found here. It has a chapel with an electric piano organ. There is also a garden of remembrance for burying cremated remains.
  • Hanwell Cemetery (council-run) - new burial spaces available.

Find funeral wake venues in Kensington and Chelsea

You’ll need to consider a few options when planning the funeral wake. You might decide to hold the wake at home or in a community centre, or you might want to book a private venue. Here’s a list of venues suitable for funeral wakes in Kensington and Chelsea to consider.

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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.