The Parish Council holds cemetery burial records (Not St Denys Church)dating back to 1883.
These are available for viewing by individuals(Upon request)
If you wish to view the registers please arrange an appointment first, either by telephone or email.
You may make photocopies of the register(Fee applies for any copies)
Please note, the council does not carry out family history searches for individuals.
- Cemetery Charges 2013 (MS Word, 319 Kb)
Ibstock Parish Council prides itself with the appearance of the cemetery.
It is a peaceful tranquil place, to respect those who are no longer with us. In order to maintain this, the Parish council have issued a list of cemetery rules, which the funeral director or the stone masons will go through with you before interring the deceased.
Floral tributes when they have died, will be removed by the sexton, if they are not removed by the family themselves. It is requested at all times that floral tributes are kept to the confines of the headstone/foundation. We request that trinkets and kept to an absolute minimum and may be removed at the discretion of the Sexton/Clerk. Additional pots, Slabs and ornaments MUST NOT be located down the length of the grave. They will be relocated to the head end of the grave.
We do not allow SOLAR LIGHTS, CANDLES or GLASS of any description on any graves.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSIBILTY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO ITEMS PLACED ON THE GRAVES.
GARDEN OF REMEMBRANCE
Interment of Cremated remains in plots either single or double depth.
Maximum stones 12 inches x 12 inches - All floral tributes must be kept within the confines of the headstone.
All graves on the lawned section must be turfed. We do not allow flower beds in front of the headstones. All tributes must be kept to the head end of the grave, and within the confines of the headstone/foundation. Trinkets must be kept to a minimum and could be removed by the sexton/clerk at any time.
HEADSTONES - Maximum size 2ft 6 inches wide x 3 ft tall. (Maximum foundation 3ft)..Permits must be obtained before erection in the cemetery.