In order to ensure that due process is followed in terms of the Cemetery Rules and Regulations please contact the Clerk in the first instance regarding any proposed burials or works to an existing grave/memorial before any firm arrangements are put in place so as to avoid any difficulties.
Please refer to the Cemetery Rules and Regulations for further guidance and full details of the responsibilities placed on grave owners and any instructed third parties, such as funeral directors or stone masons.
The forms below can be downloaded from the site, obtained from your funeral director or direct from the Clerk.
This form is sent to the Clerk with a copy of the death certificate at least 48 hours before a funeral. Your funeral director will usually take care of it.
Application form to grant the right to erect a memorial or place an inscription on a grave you own.
Application for the re-opening of a purchased grave, consent to burial and changes to memorials where the original owner is unable to sign.
Using this form the Executor or Administrator of a Last Will & Testament can authorise the transfer of the exclusive right of burial in a grave to another person.
The form to use when you wish to give up any rights you may have to burial in a grave in the cemetery.
This is the form to use to apply for burial if if the deceased did not leave a Will.
The grave owner can use this form when he wishes to pass the right to be buried in a grave to someone else
You’ll need this if you want to renovate or add an inscription to a memorial. Monumental masons are not allowed to work in the cemetery without this permit.