Funerals are a time to remember and celebrate a loved one’s life. It is an important part of the grieving process. Just as important, is having a memorial where you can visit to remember your loved one for years to come.
When a loved one dies it is never something we want to face. We are here to support you through this time.What to do when someone dies
To take the pressure away from your family when the time comes, pre-purchasing a site of your choice will be a welcome relief.More on pre-purchasing a site
Choose a funeral director who will meet your own or your loved ones wishes and reflect their personality and beliefs. They will organise the service or ceremony you desire taking into account all of your requests01
Whether it is burial or ash memorialisation you have chosen we have a variety of areas.03
At Sandgate Cemetery you can book our historic chapel for the service and go to the grave site on conclusion for the burial. You may also choose to have only a graveside service for your loved one.04
Personal choice of coffin or urn
Choose a coffin or urn that suits your loved ones personality.
Personal requests in the Will
Everyone is different and has differing wishes. Your loved one may have written their thoughts down and made the decision making easier.
Northern Cemeteries would like to inform you of the following measures and precautions we are putting in place in response to coronavirus.
For the safety of families and the general public, we are limiting indoor funeral services to a maximum of 20 mourners.
Outdoor Burials allow a maximum of 30 mourners, who must maintain a safe social distance from one another.
We offer excellent free web-casting facilities for all those who are unable to attend chapel services and can conduct enquiries over the phone where necessary.
The cemetery continues to be open 6am to 6pm 7 days a week.
Office hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm. Saturdays 9am to 4pm.
For all enquiries, please call our Customer Care team on 02 9805 0499.
Northern Cemeteries will continue to take all steps to care for our families and the community.