- Cherry Lane Cemetery
Shepiston Lane, Harlington, Hayes UB3 1RN
- Harlington Burial Ground
St. Peter's Way, Harlington
- Harmondsworth Burial Ground
- Hillingdon & Uxbridge Cemeteries
Hillingdon Hill, Hillingdon UB10 0JB
- Northwood Cemetery
Chestnut Avenue, Northwood
- Victoria Lane Burial Ground
Victoria Lane, Harlington
- West Drayton Cemetery
Harmondsworth Road, West Drayton
- Woodland Burial Ground
rear of West Drayton Cemetery
In addition the ground maintenance of St. Mary's Churchyard, Hayes is also carried out by our ground maintenance contractors.
The cemeteries are open as stated below, however the London Borough of Hillingdon reserves the right to close or limit entry at any time. We also reserve the right to vary the times without notice.
|Summer (1 April to 30 September) |
from 9am to 8pm
Winter (1 October to 31 March)
|from 9am to 4pm|
Sundays, Good Friday, Bank Holidays, Christmas Day from 10am to usual time
To arrange for a deceased relative to be interred within one of the above cemeteries/burial grounds, please contact a Funeral Director who will arrange the interment on your behalf.
Interments take place on Mondays to Thursdays, 9am to 3pm and on Fridays, 9am to 2pm
As soon a practicable, after an interment in the lawn section, the grave space will be sowed with grass seed or lay turf. This will be laid over the whole of the grave space, with the exception of a bed 600mm x 1200mm (2' x 4') at the end of the grave space as determined by the London Borough of Hillingdon.
If you wish to enquire about the types of grave spaces available within the cemeteries please contact the Cemetery Office.
The Cemetery Office can help you with the following enquiries:
- Cemetery location
Please note: it is useful if you have as much information as possible, for example, the full name of the deceased and date/year of death.
- Request for grave maintenance.
- Book a burial plot.
- Types of graves, etc.
- Details of the regulations concerning the cemeteries.
- Grave maintenance scheme
The London Borough of Hillingdon operates a grave maintenance scheme where, for an annual fee, the grave space will be prepared and/or planted. For details and an application form please contact the Cemetery Office
- Scheme A - the grave will be prepared and planted twice a year with seasonal bedding plants
- Scheme B - the grave will be prepared only so that you may plant your own bulbs or plants
For a Monumental Mason, please refer to your local telephone directory, eg 'The Yellow Pages'.
- Damaged graves
If a grave is damaged by council staff, every effort will be made to repair it or put it right. Damage to a memorial will probably require the involvement of a monumental mason or other specialist.
- Grave sunk
It is quite common for graves to sink a few months after interment, and sunken graves are usually topped up and levelled after six months.
- Ground maintenance
Maintenance is similar to that in parks. Grass is normally cut approximately every fortnight between late March and early November. Strimming is carried out in conjunction with grass cutting to ensure that all areas look neat and tidy. Special efforts are made to ensure that grass cuttings are removed from paths. Headstone borders are tended seven times per year.
- Rose issues
Roses in cemeteries are planted and maintained in line with the normal parks specifications. Those planted by relatives, visitors etc may be pruned by the council if they become overgrown or start to cause problems.