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Find funeral directors in Uckfield

When you’re looking for a funeral director in Uckfield, we’re here to help. With our up-to-date directory, you’ll be able to easily find and compare local funeral directors online. We list independent and family-run firms as well as larger funeral homes in Uckfield and the wider East Sussex area. For each listing, you’ll be find a rough cost estimate and an idea of the services offered.

Planning a funeral in Uckfield

If you’re looking to arrange a cremation there is one crematorium close to Uckfield. If this one isn’t right for you, there are more to choose from between 15 and 20 miles away. There are lots of local cemeteries with grave spaces available. So whether you prefer a green burial or you’re looking for a site to suit a particular faith, you should be able to grant the wishes of your loved one. If you’re looking for a church or place of worship in the local area, you’ll find lots of options in the Brighton and Hove area, if not in Uckfield itself.

Find a Uckfield crematorium

There is one crematorium within 15 miles of Uckfield. Run by Wealden District Council, it offers services for all faiths. And you have flexible options when it comes to music and photographic tributes. Wealden Crematorium even welcomes well-behaved dogs to attend its services.

Find a Uckfield cemetery or burial ground

The dedicated Uckfield Cemetery, otherwise known as Snatts Road, has a rural location that’s bordered by woodland. Originally containing specific areas for CofE and Catholic burials, the Bishop of Chichester removed the legal effect of this consecration in 1999. This means it can now be used for burials of people from any faith. Nearby Burgess Hill Burial Ground offers a green burial area on the north side of their burial site, but fees are high for non-parishioners. Interested in a green or natural burial? Both Clayton Wood Natural Burial Site and Eden Valley Woodland Burial Ground around 20 miles away. If you’re looking to find burial sites for non-Christian faiths, Lawn Memorial Cemetery in Brighton includes areas set aside for Muslims (with a dedicated washroom), Quakers and other denominations. The Orthodox Jewish cemetery currently in use in the area is Bear Road (Meadowview), while Hove Cemetery is the cemetery of Brighton's non-Orthodox congregations.

  • Snatts Road Cemetery (Uckfield Town Council)
  • Herne Road Cemetery (Crowborough Town Council)
  • Theobalds Green (Heathfield & Waldron Parish Council)
  • Hailsham Cemetery (Hailsham Town Council)
  • Burgess Hill Burial Ground (Burgess Hill Town Council)
  • Mount Noddy Cemetery (East Grinstead Town Council)
  • Newhaven Cemetery (Newhaven Town Council)
  • Lawn Memorial Cemetery (Brighton & Hove City Council)
  • Bear Road (Meadowview) Jewish Cemetery
  • Hove Cemetery (Jewish section)

For more information about Uckfield Cemetery at Snatts Road see the Uckfield Town Council website

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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.