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SUDBURY Cemetery &


A beautiful flint cottage and a historic chapel are the focal points of the town cemetery on Newton Road. The chapel is available for funeral services.

Information on burials can be obtained from Sudbury Town Council on 01787 372331 or by emailing 

The town council's burial register dates back to 1859.

Staff at the town hall are able to assist with family history research of those interred at the cemetery.

Click the button below for a full list of cemetery charges.



Sudbury Town Council's Green burial site provides the community with the choice of environmentally friendly burials in a natural setting.

Green burial is designed to sensitively lay someone to rest in an ecologically friendly way. This is carried out with the least detrimental effect on the environment as possible. The burial is performed using only biodegradable materials. The grave's surface will provide a habitat for flora, fauna, insects and mammals.

The graves are not marked with the deceased's details but are recorded on a plan. Tree and seat dedication schemes are available. Trees and shrubs planted periodically on the site are allowed to mature thus attracting wildlife and assisting the self-seeding of flowers. This process commemorates those laid to rest in a unique way in their wish to 'return to nature'.

Please get in touch via the details above to discuss this option.


4 Newton Rd, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2RN


Located in close proximity to the Town Centre, Sudbury's Cemetery is an oasis of tranquility and a haven for wildlife.

Please be respectful of your surroundings while visiting the cemetery and we politely request that dogs are kept on leads at all times.


Local funeral services

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