Most people will engage a funeral director to make arrangements following the death of a loved one. These arrangements would include purchasing an exclusive right of burial in a grave plot and arranging the burial following a funeral service. Families also have the option of making their own arrangements directly
. There is a varying scale of charges relating to burials, please see our
- New burial plots are available at Peel House, Runcorn and Widnes cemeteries and exclusive right of burial can be purchased at the time of need (pre-purchase is not available in our cemeteries). Halton cemetery can only accommodate burials for those who have an existing grave plot.
- There are two types of burial, the traditional burial of a loved one in a full size grave or the burial of ashes following a cremation. This can be done in either a cremated remains (a smaller type of grave) for cremated remains only. Or in an existing full size grave (this may be an existing family plot) with a maximum of eight sets of cremated remains, when the grave has had, the maximum number of full burials interred.
Please find a copy the
cemetery rules for all of the Halton Cemeteries