Worcester Crematorium is situated approximately 2 miles north of the River Severn in the urban setting of Worcester City. Set in the middle of 68 hectares, the crematorium building can be found set back amongst a peaceful setting of large trees, well-kept lawns and flower beds as well as a combination of both modern-day and historical gravestones.
The crematorium, chapel and adjoining open spaces forming this area occupy 1.8 Ha and lie at the centre of the site adjacent to the Barbourne Brook which partly defines the boundary of this area.
The crematorium and chapel buildings also contain the Bereavement team reception, offices, meeting rooms and staff welfare facilities; a public car park providing 61 cars spaces with allocated disabled parking; gardens of remembrance; a garden of solace and a wreath terrace.
A wide range of memorial options surround the building and there is a book remembrance and internal wall plaques situated next to the rear exit of the chapel.
- The crematorium has easy access and egress for disabled visitors. A manual wheelchair is available on request.
- An induction loop system is in place for hearing impaired visitors and large print hymn books available for visually impaired visitors.
- Car park includes two disabled parking bays