Exclusive Rights of Burial Information
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Memorial Application Form
Cemeteries - Printable Map
The Cemeteries and Garden of Remembrance are administered by Bodmin Town Council from its main Office (see address above).
Bodmin Town Council acknowledges the importance of the Town's Cemeteries as places for commemorating the life of a loved
one and acting as a focus for grief.
The Council therefore makes every effort to manage its Cemeteries in a way that enables the Town Council to maintain the highest possible standards of care and dignity, whilst at the same time respecting
the rights of the individual and not placing undue restriction on individual choices.
To assist with this, the Council has prepared this section of its
website which it hopes will deal with many of the queries you may have
relating to the Cemeteries. The Council also has a set of Memorial
Regulations which can be downloaded.
Queries on Burial Matters
Town Council personnel will be happy to answer any questions
you may have on the rules and regulations and the reasons
for them. You are advised to contact David Kinnair -
Committee and Cemeteries Officer, in the first instance (see contact information right).
David Kinnair - Committee & Cemeteries Officer