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Cemeteries

Cemeteries and crematorium

As a result of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, there are a number of changes/closures to our services, and new guidance about attending funerals and burials.

We're now starting to some services again. The number of people who can attend a burial or cremation service is 30. From 8 August, anyone attending a service in the chapels at Teesside Crematorium, or visiting the Chapel of Remembrance, must wear a face covering. Please read our latest updates and advice for everything you need to know.

Middlesbrough has six cemeteries and a crematorium. View the opening times for cemeteries and the crematorium.

There are costs involved in both burials and cremations. View the burial fees and crematorium fees for 2020-2021.

There are a lot of things to take care of when someone passes away. Read a simple guide to what you need to do when someone dies.

A bereavement service is available at the Cemeteries and Crematorium Office, offering advice about the crematorium and the procedures which need to be followed.

Alternatively, anyone interested in alternative or less expensive ways of arranging a funeral can contact The Natural Death Centre, a consumer advice charity concerned with dying at home, death care, and preparing funerals. Their advice covers various options including arranging a funeral without using a funeral director. For more information, visit their website or call 020 7359 8391.

The rules of management for cemeteries and crematorium set out acceptable behaviour within cemeteries, and how memorials can be decorated. You can also view all leaflets and information about crematorium procedures in Middlesbrough.

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