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Find funeral directors in Swadlincote

With our convenient online directory, you’ll be able to compare the best funeral directors Swadlincote has to offer. With family-run, independent options as well as nationwide names like Co-op, Swadlincote has plenty of options to meet your needs. And with a number of crematoriums across South Derbyshire, as well as a variety of burial grounds to choose from, you’ll be able to find the right combination for the send-off you want.

Planning a funeral in Swadlincote

When it comes to arranging a funeral, Swadlincote and the surrounding area has a wide selection of options. You’ll find a local crematorium and several others a little further away, as well as plenty of cemeteries and natural burial grounds. For religious services, there are many places of worship both in Swadlincote itself and in the nearby city of Derby, including churches, chapels, synagogues, mosques and temples. Many of the cemeteries offer areas suitable for all religious denominations, while Nottingham Road Cemetery in Derby has a specific section for Jewish burials.

Find a Swadlincote crematorium

Just a few minutes away from the town, the most convenient Swadlincote Crematorium is Bretby Crematorium in Burton upon Trent. But if you prefer to compare options there are 3 other crematoriums within 15 miles of Swadlincote:

Find a cemetery or burial ground in Swadlincote

Funeral directors in Swadlincote will be able to point you in the direction of a number of burial grounds in the local area. South Derbyshire offers a range of cemeteries, many of which have consecrated (Church of England) and non-consecrated areas suitable for people of other faiths or religions. The Aston Cemetery at Derby Road is entirely unconsecrated and even includes a section for natural burials. If that’s something you’re interested in, we’ve also included a couple of privately owned natural burial grounds in the list below:

  • Newhall Cemetery, Swadlincote (council run)
  • Stapenhill Cemetery, Burton-on-Trent (council run)
  • Ashby Cemetery, Ashby-de-la-Zouch (council run)
  • Measham Cemetery, Measham (parish council run)
  • Derby Road Cemetery, Aston-on-Trent (parish council run)
  • Markfield Natural Burial Ground (privately owned)
  • Dale Hill Natural Burial Ground (privately owned)
  • Nottingham Road Cemetery, Derby (has a section for Jewish burials)

You can find out more about all South Derbyshire District Council’s cemeteries and burial grounds here.

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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.