Churchyard & Gardens

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Churchyard NewsThe Churchyard

The churchyard at St Peter’s is one of the largest in Surrey, and is both attractive and historically interesting. We understand why many people ask to be buried or interred there, but the rules that govern its use are very complicated. If you have a query or request concerning it, and before you make any decisions about a grave or ashes plot, we would ask you to be in contact with our Registrar at the Parish Office on 01276 27855. We don’t ever want to cause further distress at a time of grieving, and would prefer to help you by making sure you’re clear about how to proceed.

The Memorial Garden within St. Peter's Churchyard

As well as being a quiet place for reflection and contemplation the Memorial garden can be used for the burial of cremated remains. Plaques of the approved design can be placed on the wall in memory of loved ones and this facility may also be used for people who have had connections with Frimley but whose funeral may have been elsewhere.
For more details please phone the registrar Sue Ferro in the parish office on 01276 27855.

View of the memorial garden

 

 

View of memorial garden entrance

The memorial garden is reached by using the paths at the left hand side of the church leading into the churchyard and keeping to the left. It is beside the entrance to the churchyard from Field Lane nearest to Grove Cross Road.

Another view of the memorial garden with inset workparty photo

The garden was created as a project with the generous assistance of Ford Mears Co, and Frimley Fuel Allotments.  We acknowledge that much of the landscaping work was carried out by a Community Service Payback Team. It is wheelchair accessible with no steps. Inset in the picture is a photo from a landscaping day.