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Cherry Lane Cemetery

Cherry Lane Cemetery is a beautiful, peaceful site opened in 1936.

The cemetery is over 24 acres in size and is easily accessible from the main road and motorway with two main entrances that are well signposted. 


Shepiston Lane, Harlington, UB3 1LL

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How to get there

It is situated on Shepiston Lane in between West Drayton and Hayes, just north of the M4 motorway. There is a pedestrian access at the end of Pinkwell Lane which acts as a popular cut through for local residents.

There are three main access points, two off Shepiston Lane and one off Pinkwell Lane.

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Cherry Lane Cemetery was acquired by Hayes and Harlington UDC in 1936. It was opened in the same year with the first burial taking place in 1937 and an additional portion was consecrated in May 1944. It is so called because the former name of Shepiston Lane was Cherry Lane. The site was part of a field of 24.5 acres owned and farmed by the Hayward family.

Land next to the cemetery is still farmed at Frogsditch Farm. Once known as the Beech Wood, the land was formerly within the extensive Dawley estate, a manor recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086 with a grand house, gardens and parkland. 

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