Regulations for Visitors

Visitors are reminded that the Cemetery is private property and an active burial ground. Funerals take place regularly and relatives come to visit the graves of their loved ones. Visitors are therefore asked to dress and behave in a respectful manner.

photo by Mick PhillipsVisitors enter the Cemetery at their own risk. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Dogs and other animals must not be brought onto the site.

It is forbidden to eat, drink, smoke or light fires or candles in the Cemetery and to sit, lean or write on tombstones.

The Cemetery follows the local authority re-cycling regulations – refuse should be left in the containers provided.

Photography and filming can be carried out for personal use only. It is forbidden to publish photographs or films of the Cemetery without the consent of the management.

The management reserves the right to close the Cemetery in the case of bad weather or uncertain safety conditions.