Brookwood Cemetery in Woking Greater London comprising of more than 400 acres of burial land. Area defined to use for specific communities and denominations and families

Brookwood Cemetery was opened in 1854 and was the largest cemetery in the world at one time. Today, it is still the largest cemetery in Western Europe and since its opening, approximately 250,000 people have been laid to rest within the beautiful grounds.

The cemetery, comprising of more than 400 acres of burial land, is divided into many plots exclusively for the use of specific communities and denominations and families.

Brookwood Cemetery caters for all burial requirements, including:
– Woodland burials (Various locations)
– Natural/Green burials (Gillians Meadow)
– All faiths and non-faith burials
– Interment of Cremated Remains (Glades of Remembrance)

Address: Glades House, Cemetery Pales, Brookwood, Woking, Surrey GU24 0BL Tel. 01483 472222
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