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Find funeral directors in Nottingham

If you’re searching for Nottingham funeral directors, we can help. You can use our directory to compare information on local independent funeral directors and well-known names like Dignity and Co-op. You can browse Nottingham funeral homes in all parts of the city and surrounding area, including Bulwell, Lenton, New Basford and West Bridgford.

Planning a funeral in Nottingham

There are several crematoriums in Nottingham and the surrounding area. Nottingham City Council manages three cemeteries, including Northern Cemetery and High Wood Cemetery. The Nottingham Liberal Synagogue Cemetery is at Wilford Hill Cemetery. This dedicated Jewish Cemetery has its own separate entrance. There is also a woodland burial ground for natural burials. The city’s diverse population is reflected by its religious buildings and places of worship, including mosques, temples, churches, cathedrals and synagogues.

Why compare Nottingham funeral directors?

The cost of a funeral service in Nottingham will depend on a few different factors. Each funeral director sets their own fees, and the type of service, as well as the time and day will all affect the final cost. Before you make any decisions, it’s important to compare costs. Our directory makes the process simple, helping you to make affordable choices.

Find a Nottingham crematorium

Nottingham City Council runs the Southern Crematorium, which is also known as Wilford Hill Crematorium. It offers religious services for all faiths and denominations, as well as humanist and non-religious services. Lawn and traditional burial plots are available, as well as family burial chambers and interments of cremated remains. A variety of memorial options are available, including wall tablets, columbarium niches, vaults and rose bushes. Gedling Crematorium is operated by Westerleigh Group and Distinct Cremations. It has a multi-faith chapel, Viscount organ and a variety of memorial options including above-ground vaults, wooden benches and mini graves. Direct cremations are offered. Bramcote Crematorium is run by Broxtowe Borough Council and Erewash Borough Council. It has two chapels and sits within 18 acres of natural woodland. Barnby Moor Memorial Park and Crematorium is run by Memoria. It has a Garden of Remembrance for cremated remains, as well as traditional and natural burial sections. Direct cremations are offered. It also offers funerals for the Asian community. Sherwood Forest Crematorium is operated by Dignity. It offers cremation services for all faiths and denominations, as well as non-religious services. It has a traditional organ and a Wesley Media System. There is a Garden of Remembrance and a Book of Remembrance. The equipment used here for cremations prevents heavy metal pollution in the environment, helping to protect marine habitats. Both attended and unattended direct cremations are offered here.

Find a cemetery in Nottingham

There are many cemeteries and burial grounds in Nottingham. These include:

  • Beeston Cemetery - on-site chapel, which can be used for the funeral service prior to an interment
  • Carlton Cemetery - dedicated Muslim burial plots available
  • Chilwell Cemetery - dedicated Muslim burial plots available
  • Eastwood Cemetery - Garden of Remembrance for cremated remains to be scattered
  • High Wood Cemetery - managed by the city council. Lawn and traditional burial plots, underground niches and interments of cremated remains. Dedicated Muslim burial plots available. Green burials can take place in the meadowland.
  • Kimberley Cemetery - Garden of Remembrance for cremated remains to be scattered
  • Northern Cemetery (Bulwell) - managed by the city council. Lawn and traditional burial plots, underground niches and interments of cremated remains.
  • Southern Cemetery (Wilford Hill) - managed by the council. Dedicated Jewish Cemetery with a separate entrance
  • Tithe Green is a natural burial ground in Nottinghamshire. It offers a woodland burial site and a wildflower meadow.

Find funeral wake venues in Nottingham

You might want to hold the funeral wake at home or in a community venue such as a village hall. Another option is to hire a private wake venue. There are several Nottingham funeral wake venues 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.