Opening Times

Sunday to Thursday 
8.00 am to 4.45 pm

8.00 am to 3.45 pm

Visitors are kindly reminded that last admission to the cemetery is 30 minutes before closing time.


Maintenance Care Programme

Any memorial that is in good condition can be added to our Maintenance Care Programme. When joining the Programme, we will supply an estimate for any initial repairs required to return the memorial to good condition. This is called a renovation. Should any such repairs be required, we recommend that the Maintenance Care Programme below should begin 6 months later.

Twice-yearly inspections will check that time and nature have not damaged the memorial.
Twice-yearly cleaning will be carried out to remove the dirt, algae and lichen that can stain and damage an untended stone.
Lifting and levelling caused by subsidence is not included but this can be done on request and charged for separately (single stones only).
The stopping up of the joints will be checked and renewed if necessary.
We will repair a maximum of 5 damaged or worn letters per inspection. if additional letter work is needed, this will be quoted for separately.

Although normal wear and tear of masonry is not covered – for example, when weathering brings an inscription to the end of its life – belonging to a Care Programme will not only slow this process down but it will also provide you with regular inspections that will alert you to any work needed before costs escalate.

We can do this for single or double stones:

£95.00 for a single memorial for 1 year
£445.00 for a single memorial for 5 years
£900.00 for a single memorial for 10 years

£140.00 for a double memorial for 1 year
£650.00 for a double memorial for 5 years
£1,275.00 for a double memorial for 10 years
£50 for a cremation stone for 1 year
£220 for a cremation stone for 5 years
£460.00 for a cremation stone for 10 years

Wall Plaques

Many relatives find comfort in the way we assist them in dedicating plaques on the Memorial Wall in either the Edgwarebury or Hoop Lane Cemetery in memory of loved ones.

Relatives are able to commemorate loved ones whether or not they are buried in either of the cemeteries; for instance, those murdered in the Shoah, relatives buried overseas, or in cemeteries outside of London.

A plaque placed on the Memorial Wall at either cemetery in perpetuity can be a fitting tribute to a loved one.
Plaques are priced at £350.00


Benches, Rose Trees, Pebble Bins and Granite Planters

There are opportunities to donate benches, rose trees, pebble bins and granite planters in memory of loved ones. This is a beautiful and dignified way to remember family and friends and the forms below provide all the information.

We have over 1,000 rose trees at the cemetery. We offer either a standard or premium rate over 10 years depending on the location of the rose tree. Our gardeners prune, spray and maintain the roses all year-round. Each tree sits on a circular base that is filled with pea shingle and kept weed-free.

pdf_iconRose Tree Dedication Form  pdf_iconBench Donation Form pdf_iconPebble Bin Donation Form
pdf_iconGranite Planter Form  pdf_iconMemorial Wall Plaque Form

Details are attached and if you would like more information, please speak to either Sara Black or Jocelyn Axelrod, Cemetery Administrators, on 020 8958 0090 or email


More Information

For further details please contact the Cemetery Director Lester Harris on 020 8958 0090 or click HERE.readMoreArrowWHITE