The Bereavement Service Team are available

Monday - Friday 9-5pm. Telephone 01530 454595  


Broom leys



London Rd, Coalville (closed cemetery)

Broom leys Cemetery

Meadow Lane, Broom leys, LE67 4DL

Opening Times: 

08:00 – 16:00 British Winter Time and 08:00 – 19:00 British Summer Time.

 picture of an area within broomleys cemetery

Whitwick Cemetery 

Church lane, LE67 5D

Opening Times:  

24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

view of an area within whitwick cemetery

Hugglescote Cemetery

Station Road , LE67 2GB

Opening Times:

Hugglescote Vehicle access – Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. British Winter Time 08:00 - 16:00  and  British Summer Time 08:00 - 19:00

There is disabled access available at other times on request. 

Pedestrian access 24 hours per day , 7 days a week.

  entrance to hugglescote cemetery 

Coalville Cemetery (Closed Cemetery)

London Road, LE67 3JD 

Opening Times

08:00 – 16:00 British Winter Time and 08:00 – 19:00 British Summer Time.

Buying a Grave and choosing the location 

New grave plots are available to Prepurchase 

We can help you choose a cemetery or grave by advising on the types and availability of graves, and any conditions that apply to them, such as their suitability for memorials, alternativly the Funeral Director you choose (if required)  will also be able to aswer any questions you may have .   Please see the price list attached to this page . 

Exclusive rights of burial

When buying a grave, the Exclusive Rights of Burial are being purchased, on a leasehold basis for an initial period of 100 years.  If the owner dies, they have an automatic right to be buried in the grave (as long as there is space to do so).

Permission must be given by the owner for any burials in, or memorials placed on, the grave. If there is no living owner, the authority will need to establish who is legally entitled to the grave, and the “transfer of ownership” must be completed before a burial can go ahead.

Scattering of Ashes 

The scattering of ashes is permitted in designated areas of the cemeteries.  In all instances, prior permission must be sought from the council. An Adminitratiion charge will apply. 

Memorial Stones 

You will need to order your memorial from a monumental mason, as there are regulations governing their construction; there are also limits on the size and type of memorials allowed in the cemetery. The mason will be able to explain these to you.  

Sponsorship Opportunity 

We work closely with local businesses, and it is clear that we all care about the community we serve,  therefore we would like to offer you the opportunity to raise the profile of your business, with visitors to our cemeteries. The amount a Sponsor can contribute is flexible and you can choose from the many options available. If you would like more infomation please contact

Parish Council or Church Cemeteries 

There are also cemeteries owned by town and parish councils in the district.  Queries relating to other cemeteries and burial grounds in North West Leicestershire should be referred to the appropriate Parish Council or church.


Ashby de la Zouch Town Council, Legion House, South Street, Ashby, Leicestershire, LE65 1BQ

Telephone: 01530 416961



Nicola Land, Ibstock Miners Welfare Site, Ibstock, Leicester LE67 6HN

Telephone: 01530 261475 or 07855565936



Measham Leisure Centre off High Street, Measham, Derbyshire DE12 7HR 

Telephone: 01530 589583


Date Revised 19 April 2022

Tell us Once

Tell Us Once is a free service offered by HM Government 

When someone has died, there are a lot of things that need to be done, at a time when you probably least feel like doing them. 

Tell Us Once is voluntary to use and very helpful. It enables you to report a death only once, telling central and local government services securely and confidentially without you having to inform them individually.

After you have registered the death with the Registrar, they will provide you with a unique Tell Us Once reference number, which will enable you to access the service online via Gov UK

If you have been issued with a Coroners Fact of Death (Interim Death Certificate) you may still be able to use the service and the Registrar willadvise you how to do so.

How to get Government Support for Funeral Costs

The link below provides guidance on the various government schemes available to support funeral costs in the UK. The link provides essential information on eligibility criteria, types of benefits, and the application process for each scheme.

Your Opinion Matters

It is our aim to provide a caring quality service which meets the expectations for our clients and visitors to our cemeteries.

If you have visited one of our cemeteries we would be grateful if you could spend a few minutes to complete this questionnaire. Your comments will be used to help us to continue to improve our service.  

If you have been recently bereaved we would be grateful if you could spend a few minutes to complete this online feedback form. Your comments will be used to help us to continue to improve our service.

NWLDC Recently Bereaved Feedback Form (Word Document, 0.22 Mb)

All information will be treated in a confidential manner.

If you would like to make a comment, complaint or compliment about any aspect of our bereavement service please complete our online feedback form

Last updated: Fri 21 June, 2024 @ 15:22