Cemetery

Cemetery

SUNNINGHILL CEMETERY

This quiet burial ground is situated behind St Michael and All Angels Church, Church Road, Sunninghill, Ascot, SL5 7DD.

Sunninghill and Ascot Parish Council maintain and looks after the graveyard.  The first burial in Parish Council’s register took place in September 1950.  The graveyard is divided into sections for record-keeping, with the older section to the rear of the church now closed.  It is also home to a number of official war graves that are looked after by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.  Thomas Holloway, the founder of Royal Holloway, University of London and Holloway Sanatorium, is also buried here.

Other notable local residents buried in the church’s graveyard include Rear-Admiral Sir Home Riggs Popham (1762-1820), a naval commander who invented a system of maritime signaling now used by the Royal Navy.

St Michael and All Angels church

Plots for full burial and ashes interment can only be purchased at time of need.   To reserve a plot and arrange interment, please contact a funeral director of your choice who will liaise with us to make all the necessary arrangements.

A full list of prices and terms and conditions can be found in the document below.
Forms will only accepted if accompanied with relevant documentation from the Funeral Director or Stone Mason.
Burial & Interment Application
                             Memorial Application Form
A quiet memorial garden situated at the bottom of the Cemetery ground is maintained by the Parish Council for the maximum peace of the departed and their relatives.
Memorial Garden pic 2                                Memorial Garden pic 1