Duffield Cemetery Lodge
Located on Hazelwood Road, Duffield Cemetery was built in 1895 and is home to three beautiful Grade 2 listed buildings, The Chapel, The Lodge and The Committee Room. The Cemetery is open for burials and internments and has twelve burial blocks and a large formal garden of remembrance. There is a large area adjacent to the formal garden of remembrance where visitors can sit and reflect, taking in the view across to Turnditch and the whole of the Ecclesbourne Valley. There are also allotments located on the site.
The Cemetery is very important to all individual families and for this reason the Parish Council does not allocate plots to users in the cemetery, but encourages individuals and families to choose their final resting place within the cemetery blocks themselves. Families may pre-purchase their plots and as with plots purchased at time of burial an exclusive right is granted of up to 50 years for the plots chosen.
The Cemetery Chapel can be used for small funerals and can accommodate up to 46 people. There is a fee to use the chapel for funerals, charges for its use can be found in the document below. The Committee Room is used for Parish Meetings.
All Cemetery enquiries are handled directly with the Assistant Clerk through our main office, call 01332 842740, 07514 871801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about purchasing a plot in the Cemetery, costs, and Cemetery rules and regulations, can be found below.
Rules and Regulations of Duffield Cemetery revised July 2022 (PDF, 430 Kb)
Rules and Regulations of Duffield Cemetery:
revised July 2022 and approved at Outdoor Management and Development Committee 20-7-22
Cemetery Fees 1 April 2023 - 31 March 2024 (PDF, 148 Kb)
Cemetery Fees 1 April 2023 - 31 March 2024
Also includes allotment fees
Plan of Duffield (Hazelwood Road) Cemetery (PDF, 103 Kb)
Plan of Duffield (Hazelwood Road) Cemetery
List of suggested local Funeral Directors and Memorial Masons (PDF, 203 Kb)
List of suggested local Funeral Directors and Memorial Masons. List is for guidance only and should not be taken as a recommendation of any company.
Scattering of Ashes Policy (PDF, 162 Kb)
Scattering of Ashes Policy
Memorials in Open Spaces Policy and application form - PDF version (revised Jan 22) (PDF, 350 Kb)
Memorials in Open Spaces Policy and application form - PDF version (revised Jan 22) - to apply for a memorial bench, tree, plant or plaque to be placed at any of the Council's open spaces (Eyes Meadow, Gray Rec or Hazelwood Rd Cemetery)
- Change of contact details - Cemetery
Use this form to change/update your contact details (address, phone number and email address) - if you own or have responsibility for a Grave or Garden of Remembrance plot
- Transfer of Exclusive Rights of Burial
Find out more about the transfer of exclusive rights of a burial plot (TERB).
Interments and memorials: Relevant application forms
Forms are in Word format so that you can fill them in electronically and return them via email, if preferred. Please return to email@example.com
Cemetery Services form - revised May 2021 (Word Document, 76 Kb)
Cemetery Services form (minor revisions May 2021)
Previously the Funeral Services form. This form covers a number of services in the Cemetery, including purchase of a grave plot, interment and re-opening of a grave plot, purchase of an ashes plot in the Garden of Remembrance, interment in the GoR, and scattering of ashes.
Memorial application form - updated Sep 2020 (MS Word, 2.1 Mb)
Memorial application form
Use this form to apply for a new headstone in the Cemetery, a new memorial plaque in the Garden of Remembrance, or to update a memorial inscription.
updated contact details Sept 2020.
Memorials in Open Spaces Policy and application form - MS Word version (revised Jan 22) (Word Document, 119 Kb)
Memorials in Open Spaces Policy and application form - MS Word version (revised Jan 22) - to apply for a memorial bench, tree, plant or plaque to be placed at any of the Council's open spaces (Eyes Meadow, Gray Rec or Hazelwood Rd Cemetery)