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== Bournemouth ==
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''[[England]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Dorset]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Dorset Cemeteries|Cemeteries]]''
There is one crematorium and four cemeteries operated by Bournemouth Borough Council.
 
; Crematorium & North Cemetery, Strouden Avenue: Opened in 1927 although the cemetery chapel was modified to encompass a dual role as a crematorium in 1938. A second smaller Cemetery / Crematorium Chapel was added in 1963
 
; East Cemetery, Gloucester Road: Sometimes referred to as Boscombe Cemetery because of its location – it is adjacent to Kings Park and the entrance is on Gloucester Road.
 
; Kinson Cemetery, South Kinson Drive: The most recent Bournemouth Cemetery opened in 1936.
 
; Wimborne Road Cemetery, Wimborne Road: The first cemetery to be opened in Bournemouth, in the year 1898. The entrance is at the junction of Wimborne Road and Charminster Road and aptly known as Cemetery Junction.
 
  
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== Bournemouth  ==
  
== External links ==
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There is one crematorium and four cemeteries operated by Bournemouth Borough Council.  
*[http://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/Residents/births/Deaths/directions.asp Bournemouth Civil Crematorium & Cemeteries]
 
  
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;Crematorium & North Cemetery, Strouden Avenue
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:Opened in 1927 although the cemetery chapel was modified to encompass a dual role as a crematorium in 1938. A second smaller Cemetery / Crematorium Chapel was added in 1963
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;East Cemetery, Gloucester Road
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:Sometimes referred to as Boscombe Cemetery because of its location – it is adjacent to Kings Park and the entrance is on Gloucester Road.
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;Kinson Cemetery, South Kinson Drive
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:The most recent Bournemouth Cemetery opened in 1936.
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;Wimborne Road Cemetery, Wimborne Road
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:The first cemetery to be opened in Bournemouth, in the year 1898. The entrance is at the junction of Wimborne Road and Charminster Road and aptly known as Cemetery Junction.
  
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== Monumental Brasses ==
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*[http://home.clara.net/williamlack/pages/dorset.htm Index to The Monumental Brasses of Dorsetshire].
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== External links  ==
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*[http://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/Residents/births/Deaths/directions.asp Bournemouth Civil Crematorium & Cemeteries]
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[[Category:Dorset|Cemeteries]] [[Category:Cemeteries_in_England]]

Revision as of 05:04, 16 July 2012

England Gotoarrow.png Dorset Gotoarrow.png Cemeteries

Bournemouth

There is one crematorium and four cemeteries operated by Bournemouth Borough Council.

Crematorium & North Cemetery, Strouden Avenue
Opened in 1927 although the cemetery chapel was modified to encompass a dual role as a crematorium in 1938. A second smaller Cemetery / Crematorium Chapel was added in 1963
East Cemetery, Gloucester Road
Sometimes referred to as Boscombe Cemetery because of its location – it is adjacent to Kings Park and the entrance is on Gloucester Road.
Kinson Cemetery, South Kinson Drive
The most recent Bournemouth Cemetery opened in 1936.
Wimborne Road Cemetery, Wimborne Road
The first cemetery to be opened in Bournemouth, in the year 1898. The entrance is at the junction of Wimborne Road and Charminster Road and aptly known as Cemetery Junction.

Monumental Brasses

External links