A few steps from the Chapels are the beautiful Gardens of Remembrance, set in natural woodland. You will see trees and plants, as well as wildlife such as deer that are resident in the gardens. No other crematorium on the south coast has such beautiful gardens available for a moment of silent contemplation.
This is a truly beautiful area to gather your thoughts before or after the service, whether with friends or family you will see and plants. Our garden of rest is being continually looked after and developed - there is over 15 acres of gardens that can be explored where you will find a variety of shrubs, trees, and occasionally wild deer.
You may want to visit our water garden, complete with natural stream and pond or to view the memorial pond plaques in place.
As you visit the gardens, you will see a variety of memorial options that are available for you and family to purchase as a lasting memory of your family member or friend.
The gardens are open from 8:00am to *:00pm for visitors, and you are of course welcome to visit as many times as you wish.
Please remember only guide and hearing dogs are allowed and that some parts of the gardens may be problematic for those with mobility issues.
The following FAQs answer our most popular and frequent questions about our gardens. If you can’t find the answer you are looking for or need more information, please contact us via the details at the bottom of this page.