To arrange a cremation and service at Barnsley Crematorium, you can contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you've appointed a funeral director, they'll usually contact us on your behalf. We'll provide the necessary paperwork to arrange a cremation, or you can download the forms here:
- Preliminary application for a cremation
- Medical certificate to authorise a cremation
- Cremation application
You are welcome to visit our office, spend some time in our Garden of Remembrance and see the chapel, if you're arranging a cremation.
Use of our chapel is included in the price of the cremation, additional time can be purchased in advance. Please see our pricelist of charges for cremations, memorials and urns.
If you'd like to know more about accessing the crematorium have a look at the DisabledGo website.
The Garden of Remembrance
The Garden of Remembrance at the crematorium has been developed to be a collective memorial to all who have been cremated here, or whose ashes have been returned for strewing or interring from other areas outside of Barnsley.
Over the years, it has matured into beautiful gardens, with a variety of rose beds, shrubs and trees. It offers peace and comfort, providing a haven for quiet contemplation.
Throughout the garden, areas of lawn have been set aside for the scattering and interring of ashes.
We keep records of where ashes have been scattered or interred, so that members of the same family can have their remains located alongside a loved one’s.
Our Gardens of Remembrance are open every day, for you to visit. You can choose where to locate a memorial within the areas available, and see where we can scatter or inter cremated remains.
The Flower Room and Book of Remembrance
The Book of Remembrance is on display every day in the Flower Room, close to the chapel. The pages are turned daily so that people can see the entries for that day.
You can find out more about how to purchase an entry into the Book of Remembrance, as well as other lasting memorials at the crematorium here.
We provide rows of flower vases for visitors to use for free. To make space for future visitors we remove flowers after seven days.
Choosing a Memorial
Crematorium Opening Times
The Garden of Remembrance and the Book of Remembrance Room are open every day of the year for visitors as below:
|Summer (1 April to 31 October)||8:45am to 6.30pm|
|Winter (1 November to 31 March)||8.45am to 4.30pm|
Our cemetery at Hoyland has a columbarium containing niches for depositing cremated remains.
Each niche has a space for two urns and is sealed with a plaque with an inscription.
You can lease a niche for a set period of time. Please see our price list for further details.
Interring ashes at a cemetery
Please get in touch with any questions you have about arranging a cremation, or purchasing a memorial, you can:
- email: email@example.com
- call: 01226 206053. Lines are open from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday and on Fridays 8.30am to 4.30pm(excluding bank holidays)
- visit us : Barnsley Crematorium, Doncaster Rd, Ardsley, Barnsley S71 5EH