2. Exwick Cemetery
- lawn graves
- garden of remembrance for ashes
- dedicated Jewish section
- dedicated Muslim section
We have non-denominational chapels at each cemetery which can be used for religious and non-religious funeral services.
Garden of remembrance
Our gardens of remembrance are designed to give you a number of options for the burial and scattering of ashes. Plots can be reserved in advance and include the following:
- 30 year exclusive right of burial
- 30 year right to place a memorial
You can apply through your funeral director or apply to us directly. To talk about your options and arrange to see the garden you contact us by phone 01392 265707 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the cemetery
Exwick Cemetery was opened in 1877. Elizabeth Curry, who died at the age of 29, was the first person to be buried there. The cemetery also contains the graves of the Victoria Cross medal recipient George Hollis, who died in 1879, and Frank Shooter, the Hero of the Exe, who died in 1917.