Hove Cemetery, Old Shoreham Road, Hove
This is a large burial ground spanning both sides of the A270.
Hove South Cemetery
The cemetery on the south side of the A270 has the Victorian Chapel and some ashes lawn grave memorials but no new full size graves.
The chapel in Hove Cemetery was built in the Victorian period and can be found in the middle of the south side of the cemetery.
One side is now used for storage, but the south side of the building is fully furnished for services prior to a burial.
- seating for approximately 70 people
- free parking on the driveways
- equipment for playing music from CDs
- an electric organ
- disabled accessible toilets near the eastern gate to the cemetery
There are public toilets in Hove Cemetery (South), near to the East Gate.
Hove North Cemetery
The cemetery on the north side of the A270 has new graves available.
Sections have been set aside to accommodate all faiths including Muslim, Baha'i, non orthodox Jewish (with its own Prayer Hall) and Coptic Christians.
There are also toilet facilities on the north side.
Upright headstones are allowed. They must be no bigger than 2ft 6inches in height, 2ft 6inches in width and 1ft 6inches in depth.
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If you need to speak to us about one of our cemeteries, contact the team at Woodvale Lodge:
- 01273 604 020
- Bereavement Services, Woodvale Lodge, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 3QB
How to get here
For visitors using sat nav, the postcode for the cemetery is BN3 7EF.