North Sheen Cemetery

North Sheen Cemetery, also known as 'Fulham New', opened in 1909 and is our largest cemetery at over 30 acres. The cemetery is currently open to new burials.  This Cemetery is where our office can be found.


The chapel at North Sheen Cemetery is currently not in use, for burials taking place at North Sheen the chapel at Mortlake Cemetery may be used. See Mortlake Cemetery for more information on the chapel.

Visiting the cemetery

North Sheen Cemetery
Lower Richmond Road 

Cemetery opening hours

Download a North Sheen Cemetery location map (pdf 307KB)

Download a North Sheen Cemetery layout map (pdf 352KB)

If you are looking for a grave at North Sheen Cemetery, please contact us for maps of specific sections of the cemetery.

Vehicles may use this cemetery, but please park on the main driveways and not on grassed areas or small paths.

The toilets are open during office hours (9am to 4pm) at North Sheen Cemetery. Disabled toilet facilities are available. 

Nearest Tube: Kew Gardens (District Line) (approx 10 mins walk)

Bus: 190, 419 National Rail: Mortlake (approx 10 mins walk)

Memorials and notable graves

There are 110 identified graves of Commonwealth service personnel in the First World War and the Second World War and a designated memorial garden to them.

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