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Chobham Cemetery

Chobham Cemetery is managed by the Chobham & West End Joint Burial Committee on behalf of Chobham & West End Parish Councils. The Cemetery is located off Chobham High Street, and can be reached by car via the access road beside Melita Boutique, opposite Chobham St Lawrence Church. There is a small car park at the end of the access road.

The cemetery was extended in 2017, and further work to develop this mew area is being done during 2018. 

Chobham Cemetery Hedge

The conifer hedge that separates the established burial ground from the new extension has recently been removed. It will be replaced by a smaller and lower Hornbeam hedge to create a more unified space. The roots of the old hedge are not being dug up, so the new hedge will be planted on a line in parallel.  The work is expected to be finished by the end of March.

Burial Arrangements
Opened in 1957, the Cemetery is a non-denominational burial ground, and is maintained as a 'lawned cemetery', which restricts the layout, style and size of memorials. It is open to the public at all times. The Cemetery Regulations can be viewed by clicking here.

Chobham Cemetery

Although the Cemetery is provided to fulfil the needs of the parishioners of Chobham and West End (which was once part of the Ancient Parish of Chobham), it is currently open for the interment of non-parishioners. Burial Plots may be purchased, interments arranged and memorials erected, subject to application and Committee approval. Application forms are available to download from the following links: 

Grant for Exclusive Right of Burial Interment  Erect, or add an inscription to a headstone  Erect, or add an inscription to a
ashes tablet 

The Fees due with each application are summarised on our tariff which can be viewed here: Word Version | Pdf version 

 The two other Burial Grounds in Chobham (Chobham St Lawrence Churchyard
and the 'Victorian Cemetery') are now closed for further interments. The Churchyard is maintained by Chobham Parish Council, and the Victorian Cemetery is maintained by
the Parochial Church Council.