Wrexham Cemetery 3598

Wrexham, Wales

Brief Description

Wrexham Cemetery is a late-19th-century garden cemetery with surviving layout and planting. The planting consists of ornamental trees and shrubs, both deciduous and coniferous.

History

The layout was designed by Yeaman Strachan (of Strachan and Evans, Nurseymen and Seedsmen of Wrexham). The twin Gothic chapels were by William Turner of Wrexham. The site was extended eastward in the 1890s.

Visitor Facilities

The site is open from 9am during the week and from 10am at weekends and bank holidays.
Features
  • Chapel (featured building)
  • Description: Twin gothic cemetery chapels linked by a central arch, designed by William Turner of Wrexham.
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Gate Lodge, Entrance
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The site is open from 9am during the week and from 10am at weekends and bank holidays.
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