Chesterton Cemetery lies off Chesterton Lane in Cirencester. It is the oldest and main cemetery for Cirencester. Any one living in the Cotswold District Area is allowed to be buried there. There is also an area set aside for the burial of cremated remains.
Stratton Cemetery lies to the North of Cirencester off the old Gloucester Road. It is now closed for New burials (Grave space) unless a relative is being buried in an existing grave with space available. The cremated remains section is still open for new burials.
Tetbury Cemetery lies behind St Saviour's Church in Tetbury by the Fire Station. New burial plots are still available however we believe that space is limited and at the time of writing no new area has been allocated for the people of Tetbury.
Fairford Cemetery lies behind St Mary's Church in Fairford. There are no new grave spaces left in the cemetery and the "old" churchyard has been reopened for new burials. Although there is some space left for cremated remains interments.
Lechlade Cemetery lies off the A417 High St in Lechlade near the Bridge Veterinary Clinic. The cemetery is avaible to local residents. People out of the area can be buried here but would incur double fees from the Town Council.