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Huntingdon Cemeteries

Primrose Lane, Priory Road and Sapley Road Cemetery

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Priory Road Cemetery

This Cemetery was first established in the 1850s and was originally laid out by Robert Hutchinson, a well known Architect at the time.

It is dominated by a Victorian Chapel, which is still available for use in connection with local internments. This Cemetery is both the old ‘traditional’ type, which contains memorials of all shapes, sizes and conditions.

There is also an area set aside for ‘lawn’ burials, where the memorials comprise solely of a headstone. There are no burial plots available at this time.

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Primrose Lane Cemetery

This Cemetery is a Lawn Cemetery, which was established in November 1982 and allows only for memorial of the simple headstone type.

There is an area for interment of cremated remains in respect of which memorial tablets may either be set flush with the ground or mounted on a memorial wall.

There is also a children’s section in this Cemetery (for up to age 12), where a little more flexibility is allowed in the type of memorial erected.

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Sapley Road Cemetery

Sapley Road Cemetery is adjacent to the new Crematorium.

The cemetery has been divided into various section including a dedication childrens’ area as well as natural burial and cremated remains plots.

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Closed Cemeteries

Huntingdon Town Council are responsible for 4 Closed Churchyards

St Marys Church, High Street, Huntingdon

All Saints Church, Market Square, Huntingdon

All Saints, Hartford

St Johns Street Church, Huntingdon

 

All Saints Church Market Square
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