Location and grounds

Worthing Crematorium is owned and administered by Worthing Borough Council. It is ideally situated just 9 miles from the centre of Worthing on a secluded country estate of 42 acres (see history), of which 9½ acres have been developed as Gardens of Remembrance including the Wall of Remembrance and Open Book.

As only a small part has been developed the remainder is original woodland which enhance the tranquil atmosphere of the grounds. Vibrant swathes of daffodils and other wild flowers appear during the spring and a wide variety of birds and animals visit the area year round. For views of the Crematorium and grounds please see the photos below.

We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and ensuring we have a range of options for everyone. This website outlines the services we offer, what options are available and gives a guide to what to consider when arranging a funeral.

You can download a site map of the Crematorium: showing main areas of interest, access roads, car parks and main footpaths in the grounds of the Crematorium:

PDF FileWorthing Crematorium site map (2,925KB)

You can also download a building layout plan: showing the enquiries office, Muntham Chapel, Kingswood Chapel, toilets and other public facilities:

PDF FileWorthing Crematorium - building layout (86KB)

Photos of the Crematorium and grounds

Worthing Crematorium entrance

Worthing Crematorium entrance (744)

 

The Muntham Chapel (behind trees) and chapel entrance (to left under canopy)

Muntham Chapel (744)

 

The Remembrance Room

Remembrance Room, and Muntham Chapel behind trees to left (744)

 

The Kingswood Chapel

Kingswood Chapel (744)

 

View across the lawns towards the memorial gardens and buildings

View across the lawns towards the memorial gardens and buildings (744)

 

The Wall of Remembrance

Wall of Remembrance (744)

 

The Rockery in the Ribbon Walk in the memorial gardens

Rockery in the Ribbon Walk in the memorial gardens (744)

 

The Ribbon Walk in the memorial gardens

Ribbon Walk in the memorial gardens (744)

 

The Open Book in the memorial gardens

Open Book in the memorial gardens (744)

 

Nut Walk and The Avenue - tree lined wooded walks

Nut Walk and The Avenue - tree lined wooded walks (744)

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