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Stourbridge Crematorium was opened in 1960 and is administered by Dudley Council. It is sited in the charming grounds of Stourbridge Cemetery. The Crematorium buildings were adapted from an old chapel and many of the features of the building were retained to preserve its unique and pleasant character. The original building has existed for over one hundred years, at first dealing with burials alone, the first of these taking place in 1879.

  • Stourbridge Office
    All Year Monday to Friday 09:00 - 16:30 Closed weekends and Bank Holidays

    Cemetery and Crematorium Grounds including crematorium buildings
    Summer (1st April - 31st October) Everyday including weekends and Bank Holidays 09:00 - 18:00
    Winter (1st November - 31st March) Everyday including weekends and Bank Holidays 09:00 - 16:30

    Please note at Stourbridge Crematorium the buildings (including the Book of Remembrance rooms) are locked 30 minutes before the grounds close


  • Stourbridge Cemetery and Crematorium, Bereavement Services, South Road, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 3RQ


The Chapel

Stourbridge Crematorium chapel provides a warm and intimate feel for the funeral service. All denominations are welcome.

The Chapel at Stourbridge Cemetery and Crematorium

Memorials at Stourbridge Crematorium

At Stourbridge Crematorium we offer a variety of memorials to commemorate your loved ones. Whilst we have attempted to provide quite detailed information on this website, please do not hesitate to contact the crematorium office if you require further guidance or advice.

Stourbridge Cemetery and Crematorium Memorials

Memorial plaques

Book of Remembrance

Memorial seats

Memorial trees

Cemetery and Crematorium Information

Family History & Genealogy Research Service

Bereavement Services now offer a Genealogy Research Service to locate a person that is buried within one of the boroughs cemeteries. The online facility provides both the burial location and grave number.

In addition further information on Researching your family history is available from the Dudley Archives and Local History web pages, and an online archive of historic mapping and aerial photography is available.