Norse Road Crematorium
Norse Road Crematorium in Bedford opened in 1995, and is located in the grounds of Norse Road Cemetery.
The in-house chapel at the crematorium in Bedford can comfortably accommodate up to 150 people in pews which were constructed by Toby Winterton, an East Anglian craft based artist. The crematorium also has toilet facilities, and a drink dispenser for hot and cold drinks.
The main car park is located next to Norse Road Crematorium, and there is additional car parking at the front of the cemetery site - both car parking areas are well sign posted from the main entrance.
If you want to commemorate your loved one in a special way, this Bedford crematorium has four seasonal Remembrance Gardens, which are designed to be at their best during the season in which the death occurred. The team at Norse Road crematorium can help you choose a dedicated wall plaque, kerb plaque, rose bush with plaque or dedicated tree with plaque.
The cemetery also offers bereavement support groups on the first Wednesday of every month, from 11am to 1pm.