Because of the Covid -19 pandemic funerals are changing daily.

Being at the funeral of a loved one we know is very important to families and not being able to attend can be devastating.

The Government has made it clear that it wants bereaved people to still have that opportunity,  and gatherings for funerals can continue – but only if they take place within

strict social distancing guidelines and through the limiting of numbers attending.


If you wish to view the deceased person by visiting the Chapel of Rest, please make arrangements with us.

This will at a specific time and only 2 members from the same household at any one time.

Those who at an increased risk of serious illness due to Corona-virus (as defined by government guidance) are strongly urged not to visit.

church services are back but numbers depend on the church size.


Update from 23rd september 2020 Corona - Face masks must be worn in the chapels during a funeral service.


While the government specifies a maximum of 30 Mourners for funerals,

Rosehill only have an indoor capacity of it 15 in the cemetery chapels and 25 in the Crematorium.


Burials and ashes internments

Also the new rules means that there should be no more than 30 in attendance for burials and 6 for ashes internments






210 Warmsworth Road