Cemeteries

Linthorpe Cemetery

Linthorpe cemetery is one of Middlesbrough's oldest graveyards, and consists of 52 acres. A Heritage Lottery Fund award of £600,000 was given in 2004 for the restoration of this cemetery.

It is a designated Local Nature Reserve and the Friends of Linthorpe Cemetery regularly hold history, nature and environmental events throughout the year including a carol service in December.

It has the following graves available:

  • Woodland graves
  • Traditional graves
  • Public graves
  • Re-used graves

Burial in a woodland grave is also available at Linthorpe Cemetery.

Burials for specific religions/denominations

For members of the Hebrew congregation, the section currently in use is on the north east side of Linthorpe Cemetery on Ayresome Green Lane and contains The Prayer Hall.

There is also a Quaker burial ground adjacent to Ayresome Green Lane.

Where to find us 

Address:

Linthorpe Cemetery, Burlam Road, Middlesbrough, TS5 5AN

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