Coronavirus. Updated 19 June 2020 at 12:30

Please read the FAQs and support page  if you have any questions regarding bereavement service at this time.


Access to Putney Vale and Battersea New (Morden) Cemeteries

Putney Vale cemetery and Battersea New (Morden) cemetery have re-opened for grieving families to visit their loved one’s graves or the gardens of remembrance. Other visitors are not permitted, and the grounds must not be used for daily exercise.

During this time please note that families are only permitted to visit the cemeteries during the hours of 10am and 4pm including weekends and bank holidays (last admittance 3:30pm) to allow us to safely prepare for and conduct funeral services.

Crematorium buildings remain closed to the public.

Please click here for more information before planning your visit as restrictions apply.

We thank you for your understanding at these difficult times and wish everybody well.


About us

Wandsworth Council, in partnership with Enable Leisure and Culture.

We manage two crematoria, three busy cemeteries and two closed cemeteries.

  • Putney Vale Cemetery and Crematorium
  • Wandsworth Cemetery
  • Battersea New Cemetery (Morden)
  • North East Surrey Crematorium
  • St Mary’s Cemetery (closed)
  • Putney Lower Common Cemetery (closed)

Latest news – Putney Vale Crematorium

row of sanctums

We are pleased to introduce a new cremated remains memorial to the gardens of remembrance.  Our cremated remains sanctums are now available and give families another option as a fitting resting place for their loved ones cremated remains.  Each sanctum can hold up to two sets of cremated remains which are held behind an inscribed granite tablet.  For more information please click here or visit the office to speak with a member of staff.

We also have a new memorial brochure.  Click here to view.




Enable Leisure and Culture, managing bereavement services in partnership with Wandsworth Council