The cemetery at Huncote is on Forest Road and was opened in 1897.
For anyone wishing to visit the cemetery, parking is available a short walk away (less than 250 yards) at Huncote Leisure Centre, on Sportsfield Lane or kerbside on Forest Road.
Information for Huncote Cemetery
Anyone wishing to purchase a burial plot in Huncote cemetery as either an ashes plot in the Garden of Remembrance or a full size burial plot in the main cemetery should review the documentation below and contact the Clerk, who will discuss your needs with you.
- Search in Register of Graves, Burials or Exclusive Rights
- Should anyone wish to review cemetery records to determine their ancestry, an appointment can be arranged with the Clerk at a mutually agreeable time. A small fee will be charged for this service.
- Gov.uk - Death and bereavement (external link)
Information on what to do when someone dies, how to register a death and a variety of other information you may find useful when a friend, relative or loved one passes away is available from the gov.uk website.
- Gov.uk - What to do after someone dies (external link)
Guidance on what to do after someone dies.
- Gov.uk - Support for child funeral costs (Children’s Funeral Fund for England)
The Children’s Funeral Fund for England can help to pay for some of the costs of a funeral for a child under 18 or a baby stillborn after the 24th week of pregnancy.
Child Funeral Charity leaflet (PDF, 6.7 Mb)
The Child Funeral Charity CFC, which offers financial support for families, has published a useful leaflet that can be distributed to those that may need it.
The leaflet gives a brief introduction to the CFC.
Child Funeral Charity guide (PDF, 1.1 Mb)
The Child Funeral Charity CFC, which offers financial support for families, has published a useful guide that can be distributed to those that may need it.
The guide gives more detail about what help they can offer, as well as explaining what help families can access through the Government's Children's Funeral Fund.
- Information for the Bereaved: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Information to help bereaved families, friends or next of kin make important decisions.
Coronavirus bereavement support leaflet (PDF, 269 Kb)
A leaflet which has been produced to provide support and information for those who have been bereaved through the Coronavirus.
- Register a Death (external link)
You must register a death with the County Registrar within 5 days, or 42 days for a stillbirth.
- Dying Matters - Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland
Raising awareness of dying, death and bereavement and providing support to those who need it.