Laceby Cemetery

The Laceby Cemetery is owned and maintained by the Laceby Parish Council and consists of several acres of land that was originally fields purchased by the Parish Council at intervals when each field became full of burials.  The fields were then divided into Sections and each section was given a designated number.

In total at present, there are 12 Sections within the Laceby Cemetery along with two cremated remains sections known as the Gardens of Remembrance.

The Laceby Parish Council have one new section of Cemetery land available – although this will not be started until all available plots are used within the main area of the existing Cemetery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Burial Records

Laceby Cemetery Records The first Register of Burials relating to the Cemetery at Laceby was started in July 1875, this is presumably when St Margaret’s Churchyard became full and no further burials took place there. The Burials Register for Laceby Cemetery for the period July 1875 to July 1939 are held at Archive; Lincs Inspire – …

Cemetery Fees

Please see the attached guide for details of prices regarding our Cemetery    Cemetery Fees list Dec 2015

Cemetery Regulations

LACEBY CEMETERY REGULATIONS The following Regulations have been adopted by the Laceby Parish Council, in order to allow the Groundsman to keep the Cemetery tidy and presentable. A kerb may surround a single grave measuring 8ft x 4ft and may NOT exceed these measurements. An application to Laceby Parish Council would be required for their …