Woking Crematorium

Garden of Remembrance

There is little formality about the gardens at Woking Crematorium. For the most part, nature has been allowed to take its course, and the developed areas have been carefully designed so that the shrub beds and the natural woodland are complementary one to the other. Undulating lawns, woodland walks, winding paths, a lake, wild flowers, rose beds – all this in an atmosphere of quiet serenity which you sense as soon as you enter the gates.

Each Spring the gardens burst forth anew in a pageant of fresh colour. First the snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils, and then the beautifully coloured spring flowering shrubs such as rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias. Each season brings its own touch of beauty to comfort and encourage.

Our naturally formed lake is an idyllic place for quiet contemplation. It is home to many species of fish and wild fowl and provides a spectacular backdrop to Tennyson Lake Garden and The Dell.

An area of the remembrance garden has been designed specifically for babies and children.

Woking Crematorium
Hermitage Road
St Johns
Woking, Surrey
GU21 8TJ

Email address (General Enquiries)
Email address (Memorials Team)

Tel no: 01483 472197

Memorial Gardens and Book of Remembrance Room:
9.00am - 5.00pm
Open 365 days a year
Accompanied viewing by arrangement

Office Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday    9.00am – 5.00pm
Closed weekends and Bank Holidays

Please note:
No dogs are allowed in the Memorial Grounds other than recognised assistance dogs.