Memorialisation is the commemoration of the lives of those loved, revered and respected. The cemetery and crematorium offers a number of ways in which memorialisation can take place, including granite memorials, bronze kerb plaques, wooden benches, entries in the book of remembrance, miniature books, remembrance cards, jewelry and small personal memorials and also endowment scheme gifts.
All memorials are available whether or not cremated remains are laid to rest within our cemetery or crematorium grounds. Memorial products are subject to a lease agreement unless otherwise stated.
Bronze Kerb Plaque* commemorates one person on a 6” x 4” plaque fixed to the kerb edging of lawns. Adjoining spaces can be reserved for future use and only available in our Cheltenham Gardens of Remembrance.
Cremated Remains Grave* are located in Cheltenham cemetery in two different locations and are either for two sets of cremated remains or four sets. Cremated remains can be interred either in a casket or directly poured in to the grave, each buried at the same depth.
Above Ground Sanctum Niche* located in Cheltenham cemetery and is fixed side by side creating continuous rows. Each niche is constructed in grey granite with two chambers divided by a horizontal shelf allowing for us to two sets of cremated remains in a casket. An inscribed tablet available in black, blue, grey or red seals the chamber.
Below Ground Sanctum Vault* located in the Fountain Rose Garden in the Cheltenham Gardens of Remembrance. Each vault can accommodate two caskets in a chamber placed one on top of the other with a dividing shelf. Constructed in grey granite with a black granite memorial tablet inscribed in gilded lettering.
Vase Block* located in garden two of Cheltenham Gardens of Remembrance. Cremated remains are scattered on the lawn area in front of the chosen memorial and can commemorate up to two people. Made of grey granite, each memorial is inscribed with black lettering.
Leaf Block* located at various approved locations within Cheltenham Gardens of Remembrance. Each leaf block is made of rainbow sandstone with an inscribed granite tablet in the shape of a leaf. There are three styles of leaf blocks; a small leaf block for scattering or interment of cremated remains that can commemorate up to two people; an above ground niche to commemorate one person and a larger above ground niche that commemorates two people.
Memorial bench* Memorial benche’s are available in various locations throughout the cemetery site. Please contact a member of the bereavement services team to discuss the options available.
Childrens memorials* located within our Gardens of Remembrance, we have several granite memorial options to choose from in which you can have a granite plaque placed in remembrance of the little ones, taken to soon
Book of Remembrance* and Endowment Gift Scheme Book* displayed in the Remembrance Cloister in a glass-topped display cabinet. The books provide a lasting memorial because the entries are not on a lease. The memorial entries are carefully inscribed by highly skilled artists. Each day the page is turned in both books to display the page headed with that day’s date. However, if you wish to view an entry in the books on an a different date on display please contact us to check the relevant book is available to view as they are regularly sent to the calligraphers for updates.
Please note – You will need to contact the Cemetery Office to arrange for an appointment for the book to be opened on a specific page date, if wanting to view a different date than the day of your visit
Personal memorials* We offer a beautiful range of jewellery, keepsakes and mini urns for you to commemorate you loved ones. Please visit the personal memorial page more information and to see pictures from the range of memorials.
* fees apply