Parc Gwyn Crematorium

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Parc Gwyn Crematorium Narberth SA67 8UD

About Us

Parc Gwyn Crematorium was opened in 1968 and is set amidst the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. With gardens landscaped among a tree-lined valley, dotted with rockeries, shrubs and ornaments, the crematorium gardens have views of the Preseli Hills - the source of stone for Stonehenge. The tranquillity is completed by a koi-carp pond near the exit of the crematorium.

The main chapel at Parc Gwyn can currently seat up to 58 people, due to Covid restrictions. There is no limit on outdoor standing however. There is a Wesley Music system installed, so that you can choose from a huge array of popular music to use at the ceremony, as well as a duty organist who can play for you. The Chapel of Remembrance, which contains the Book of Remembrance, is situated at the opposite end of the crematorium from the main chapel.

The Crematorium gardens are open 365 days a year. Access to the grounds and the Chapel of Remembrance is available from 10am until 5pm, apart from November to January when the grounds and Chapel of Remembrance close at 4.00 pm.

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