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Battersea New Cemetery

Morden

Battersea New Cemetery (Morden) was opened in 1891 and has a chapel where services can be conducted. The site has been declared a site of metropolitan importance for nature conservation due to the variety of rare grasses and wildflowers found here.

End of Life Info

Free information and advice for later life

As we get older, many of us find ourselves in need of information and advice relevant to the later stages in our lives. End of Life Info offers free information and advice for groups and individuals on End of life care, Legal issues and Funeral planning.

Idara-e-Jaaferiya

Imambargah, Mosque and Community Centre, Tooting

Idara-e-Jaaferiya, Imambargah, Mosque and Community Centre is located in Tooting, South West London. The Centre provides for the local Muslim community, as a place of worship and Islamic education for adults and young people. Funeral services and facilities are also available.

Putney Lower Common Cemetery

est 1855

Putney Lower Common Cemetery is the smallest cemetery in the borough and opened in 1855. The cemetery has an attractive setting, surrounded by common land and with a mature and natural character it has been designated as a site of ecological importance for the borough.

Putney Vale Cemetery

Cemetery & Crematorium

Putney Vale Cemetery and Crematorium stands on a beautiful site, surrounded by Wimbledon Common, covering 47 acres. Established as a crematorium in 1938 it has two service chapels and an extensive Garden of Remembrance. There is car parking opposite the chapels and within the cemetery grounds.

Wandsworth Cemetery

est. 1878

Wandsworth Cemetery was opened in 1878 and has a chapel where services can be conducted. The cemetery has an attractive main drive with an adjacent garden area that looks over the Wandle Valley and beyond.