This project is the result of a partnership between Wyre Forest District Council and Dignity and is managed by Dignity on our behalf.
Designed to meet the different needs of the bereaved, regardless of faith or belief, the chapel can be adapted to ensure that a fitting environment will be provided for any type of funeral.
The cemetery and crematorium is set in 23 acres of landscaped gardens and has full burial and crematoria facilities with a chapel of rest. The striking modern buildings are set in a tranquil green landscape with wild flowers and grasses, rockeries and a pond with a wooden bridge. Access to the buildings is through a tree-lined avenue.
The Crematorium and Cemetery can be contacted at the following address;
Stourport on Severn
General Enquiries -01562 740850 (This is a 24 hour service)
Memorial Consultant - 01562 740849
Wyre Forest Crematorium is off the southbound carriageway of the A451, Minster Road, a few hundred yards further on from the crossroads with Oldington Lane.
From the northbound carriageway, you will need to take the right hand filter lane at the traffic lights into Oldington Lane, before getting back on the southbound carriageway.
We manage the cemetery in Kidderminster which is set in 16 acres, in a quiet location next to Brinton Park. The first recorded burials took place in 1865 in the non-conformist older part of the site. A chapel was built with a Palladium frontage and although no longer used, is a grade 2 listed building. The Cemetery was extended in the mid 1800s and a second chapel built in 1877.
The Cemetery supports a range of wildlife with several hundred mature trees including copper beech, oak, corsican pine and English elm plus a variety of other flora.
The grounds are open to the public from 8.00am.
The cemetery grounds close in the evening at the times listed below:
March and October 6.00pm
April and September 7.00pm
The Cemetery Office is open Monday to Friday 9.00am to 10.00am
Kidderminster Cemetery Office
Green Street Depot
Tel : 01562 732994
Email: Customer Services
Records tracing back to 1865 are held and members of the public are welcome to visit with any queries.
Vehicular access is off Park Lane, with other public gateways from Holman Street, Castle Road and Woodfield Crescent. The gatehouse located at the Park Lane entrance is now the Cemetery Office.
Please take a few moments to read about memorial safety checks, it is aimed to help you understand why it is necessary for us to carry out safety inspections on family memorials to ensure a safe environment in our cemetery to visitors and staff.