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Cemetery

The Town Council deals with the administration of Selby Cemetery on Westfield Road, Selby, including burial of remains and ashes, memorial safety, grounds maintenance. The Cemetery is well maintained and somewhere to have a peaceful walk on a nice warm day.  Benches are located throughout the Cemetery to sit and contemplate and watch the squirrels and birds enjoying the trees and flowers in the grounds.

The Cemetery has increased over the years and the grounds have specific areas, Ashes Section, Lawns Section and also various religion sections.

The war graves are predominantly in the older section of the Cemetery, near the large wall to the highway that leads through the Cemetery.  The war graves are white marble and every year a service takes place in the Cemetery with the Clergy and school children in attendance to commemorate those that lost their lives in the war.  This service is open to the public.  Wooden crosses are placed throughout the cemetery on the war graves after the service by the school children.

PLEASE NOTE IN BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS THERE MAY BE SEVERAL SUNKEN GRAVES IN THE CEMETERY.  PLEASE TAKE CARE WHEN VISITING AND STAY WITHIN THE FOOTPATH AREAS WHEREVER POSSIBLE.

For further information contact Andrew Argyle on 01757 708449

 

Opening Times

The Cemetery is open from 8am – 6pm in the Summer Months and 8am – 4pm in the Winter months.

 

Cemetery Rules and Regulations

The Cemetery Rules and Regulations were adopted by Council in November 2014 and an update approved on the 27 July 2015.

The Rules and Regulations Appendices were adopted on the 24 November along with the Terms and Interpretations. For a meeting with the Sexton to discuss anything to do with the Cemetery please ring 01757 708449.

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Cemetery Charges

The Cemetery Charges for 2021/22 were considered and approved by Council at the budget setting meeting in December 2020. It was agreed to not increase the fees this year.

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