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Morriston cemetery

Morriston cemetery was opened for burials in 1915 and covers approximately 38 acres in the north of the city.

There are 24,500 grave spaces, a special Babies Garden of Remembrance and a Chinese Burial Garden.

Memorialisation options include a cremated remains plot scheme (bricked/earthen), memorial benches with inscribed plaques, memorial trees and a scattering Gardens of Remembrance. Services are available Monday to Saturday and are 30 minutes long.

Opening times

Access to cars and other vehicles are available at the following times. There are no restrictions for pedestrian access as public rights of way exist throughout the cemetery.

9.00am - 4.30pm Monday to Thursday

9.00am - 4.00pm Friday

10.00am - 4.00pm Weekends & Bank Holidays.

Travelling to Morriston Cemetery

Travelling by car - From the east leave the M4 at Junction 46 and take the first left at the roundabout onto the A48 (Clasemont Road) towards Swansea. If you are travelling from the west leave the M4 at Junction 46 and turn right at the first roundabout towards Llangyfelach. Keep in the left lane and take the first left (after the slip road) on the second roundabout onto the A48 (Clasemont Road) towards Swansea.

Drive straight on at the mini roundabout, passing signs for Morriston Hospital A & E on the left. A few hundred yards up ahead towards the DVLA building, Swansea Crematorium is signposted on the right hand side. Turn right onto Heol Pentre Felin. At the mini roundabout follow the road to the left through the gates to Morriston Cemetery. 

Travelling by bus - The cemetery is on a main bus route for Morriston, Clase or the DVLA and is served by the No 36 bus (Swansea Quadrant Bus Station to Morriston via Swansea High Street Station).

Travelling by train - The nearest station is Swansea High Street Station.  Buses and taxis can be found at the front of the station.  Morriston Cemetery is approximately 15 minutes drive.

 

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