Cambridge Bereavement Services

Cambridge Bereavement Services is part of Cambridge City Council. The service offers high quality choices for burial, cremation and commemoration of loved ones. Dedicated staff can offer advice and help with making funeral arrangements, and structuring a unique and fitting funeral service.

Open day on Saturday 18 May

We’ll be hosting an open day at the crematorium on Saturday 18 May, from midday to 5pm, in conjunction with Dying Matters Awareness Week.

The day promises to be interesting and thought provoking – there will be lots of activities, games and competitions aimed at all ages. Activities will include drawing and handling human bones, learning about body and brain donations, looking at what archaeologists can teach us, and learning about planning your own service. There will also be behind-the-scenes tours at midday, 2pm and 4pm.

Book your place on a tour or find out more about the day.

New access road

Access to the crematorium and cemetery is now via a new local access road off the A1307. The entrance off the A14 is closed. Signage is in place to assist people travelling along the new route.

Roadworks on the A14 might mean your journey to the crematorium takes longer than normal. We advise you to check the road conditions before you travel and add additional time to your journey if necessary.

Pond refurbishment

The ponds in the gardens of remembrance were looking rather sad and run down – they leaked constantly, the paving was disintegrating, and the planting was badly overgrown. So we put a plan in place to refurbish two of the four ponds…

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About Cambridge Crematorium

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About our cemeteries

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We have a range of memorials available

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Useful information

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Flowers by: Elizabeth Jane