Comb Meadow Burial Ground
The Stanway Parish Community Burial Ground, Comb Meadow.
Full address: Comb Meadow, Church Lane, Stanway, CO3 8LS
20th APRIL 2020 - REOPENED TO VISITORS.
INTERMENTS WILL STILL TAKE PLACE, BUT SUBJECT TO THE GUIDELINES AND INSTRUCTIONS OF THE FUNERAL DIRECTORS)
Please free to contact us for updates on this difficult situation (see link below)
Stanway Parish Council is the Burial Authority for Comb Meadow.
Comb Meadow comprises burial plots, an ash burial area and an ash-scattering meadow. The whole area is designated as a Natural, and eventually, Woodland area.
Comb Meadow is a public open space, which means that it is available for all to visit and walk through. It is a place for remembrance, peace and quiet reflection and the Parish Council will endeavour to ensure that it maintains Comb Meadow in the condition suitable for that purpose.
The latest Government instructions on 'social-distancing' apply as much in the Burial Ground as with any other outdoor facility - PLEASE ABIDE BY THEM, FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS
Please also note that, in the current situation surrounding Covid-19 (Coronavirus), our terms and conditions may change, particularly where instructed by the Government.
For more information, please contact us here
Comb Meadow 2020 Brochure (PDF, 2.2 Mb)
This is the latest brochure for the Parish Council's Community Burial Ground in Church Lane, Stanway (opposite St. Albright's Church)
Please note that some conditions may change (with short notice) in the current situation surrounding Covid-19 (Coronavirus). For example, the Government may give new instructions about any aspect of conducting interments which, of course, the Parish Council will be obliged to follow. Be assured that we shall do our utmost to ensure that the same high standards of dignity and respect that we strive for will continue.
Burial Ground Schedule of Charges (PDF, 179 Kb)
Burial Ground Schedule of Charges
This Memorial Shelter is used as a place of rest and reflection, containing (on the back wall) small plaques recording the names and plot locations of those interred in the cemetery