Wolverhampton boasts 18 funeral directors operating within a 10 mile radius of the city centre, offering a wide choice for people of all faiths and beliefs within its 250,000-strong community.
Local funeral directors in Wolverhampton provide advice on funeral arrangements that reflect the city’s diverse cultural heritage. Just over 10 per cent of the city’s residents are of Indian heritage, based mainly in Penn and Farndale. Therefore funeral directors in Wolverhampton may have experience catering to a wide range of cultural and religious funeral traditions.
Wolverhampton has a wealth of of places of worship, reflecting the beliefs of the city’s population, with Church of England and Catholic churches, two Sikh temples and seven mosques. Hindu worshippers meet at the Shree Krishna Mandir on Penn Road and The Ek Niwas Universal Divine Temple on Dudley Road, which welcomes people of many faiths to visit.
There are seven cemeteries run by Wolverhampton City Council including Beacon Hill and Merridale. Danescourt Cemetery offers a dedicated section for Muslim burials. Cremations are available at Bushbury Cemetery while at Wrottesley Park on the outskirts of the city there is a natural burial ground.
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