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Redditch Crematorium in Worcestershire

Warning Sign TinyCoronavirus update: To help prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and ensure continuity of critical services the crematorium is closed to the public except for funerals or burials, and customer service is by telephone only. Up to a maximum of 30 people can attend funerals. Please consider the risk to yourself and your family of attending a funeral in person - we are providing webcasting to live stream funeral services free of charge.

Thank you for your understanding at this difficult time. Here are more details on how we have changed our practices for burials and cremations.

For all the council's Coronavirus updates, press here.

Welcome to Redditch Crematorium in the magnificent Worcestershire countryside. Uniquely amongst Worcestershire crematoria, our hilltop location in informal gardens next to the site of historic Bordesley Abbey has outstanding views of Redditch and the county. Press here for a Google map of the location.

Our chapel has a capacity of 160 inside for services, with up to 80 seated and up to 80 standing, plus an audio feed and screens into the lobby and waiting room for when a funeral is very well attended. Visual tributes including photo and video, music, and private webcasts and recordings of services can all be provided on request.

The crematorium is a fully accessible venue with ample car parking, toilets and a hearing loop system.


Opening hours

The crematorium and all cemeteries are currently closed except for funerals and burials.

  Mon-Thu Fri Sat-Sun
Crematorium Closed apart for funerals Closed apart for funerals Closed
Abbey Cemetery grounds Closed apart for funerals Closed apart for funerals Closed
Office (Telephone Support only) 9am - 4pm 9am - 4pm Closed

Please press here to see upcoming funerals that are being held at the crematorium.


The Book of Remembrance

Book Of Remembrance Inside

Each day the Book of Remembrance is opened to that day’s date, showing the inscriptions people have made on that anniversary.

It's displayed in our Flower Room, and visitors can ask to see any day in it. To find out more about having an inscription in the Book of Remembrance, please press here.