Brockenhurst Cemetery

Brockenhurst is justifiably proud of its Churchyard which overlooks the village and is adjacent to St Nicholas' Church, one of only two churches in the New Forest mentioned in the Domesday Book and reputed to be the oldest church in the area.  For further information about the church and it's history please visit St Nicholas Church website.

The Churchyard is divided into two areas:  the area surrounding the Church itself falls under the auspices of the Church Authorities whilst the lower section, known as the Cemetery, is managed by the Parish Council.  If you would like to enquire about the Churchyard or the Cemetery please contact the Parish Clerk.  

The Parish Council is honoured to have the First World War Commonwealth War Graves located in the churchyard.  These are mostly New Zealand soldiers who were treated at the No. 1 New Zealand General Hospital in Church Lane but who died from their wounds. An annual Anzac service is held every April.

There are also a few graves for British, Canadian, Australian and Indian soldiers as well as a few scattered War Graves.

Further details can be found on the Commonweath War Graves Commission website.



Please click here for the Cemetery Regulations

Please click this link for the list of Fees and Charges



Please click this link for the Memorial Inspection Policy