New regulations applicable to memorial work undertaken at Almondsbury cemetery
(as from 1st August 2018).
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Attention of Funeral Directors, Memorial Masons & Private Individuals using cemetery forms:
Please note due to the introduction of GDPR (General data Protection legislation) the Cemetery Forms have been amended to incorporate this legislation requirement. As from 25th May 2018 this legislation comes into effect and for example Cemetery Interment forms updated with GDPR MUST BE USED. Thank you.
Grant of Rights (Grave Deeds)
Should you own a grave at Almondsbury Cemetery whether it is earthen or a cremated remains grave and you no longer wish to keep it, then please contact the Cemetery Clerk by email providing a copy of the said deed. The Almondsbury Joint Burial Committee will then purchase your grave from you at the price you paid for that particular grave plot.
Notice to Memorial Masons
Please note we will not accept applications for a new Memorial headstone or Tablet at the site of an Earthen Grave until after 12 months following an interment to allow the ground to settle.
Please note that until further notice:
New interments at the cemetery – both burials and cremated remains will only be permitted if the deceased resided within Parish, namely Almondsbury and Patchway.
This rule does not apply to existing owners of pre purchased graves and who reside out of Parish.
There are no pre purchase options (Grant of Rights) of graves within the cemetery and this rule applies whether you live in or out of Parish.