Local Links

If you are looking for other burials around Tunbridge Wells prior to Tunbridge Wells parish being created we suggest trying Speldhurst or Frant in the list below.

Other cemeteries in or near Tunbridge Wells

Woodbury Park Cemetery – maintained by the Friends of Woodbury Park
Kent and Sussex Crematorium.

Tunbridge Wells Cemetery at Hawkenbury – maintained by the Friends of Tunbridge Wells Cemetery and on Facebook

Southborough Cemetery, 11 Modest Corner, Tunbridge Wells TN4 0LS. 

Commonwealth War Graves

There are Commonwealth War Graves at the Kent and Sussex Crematorium. There are 72 scattered First World War burials. Second World War burials number 63, more than half of which form a war graves plot.

Churches in or near Tunbridge Wells that also have graveyards

St Peters in Southborough

St Paul’s Church, Rusthall   

St Albans Church, Frant   

Holy Trinity Church, Eridge 

St Thomas Church, Pennington Road, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells

St Peter’s New Church Yard, Pembury 

St Mary The Virgin, Speldhurst with stained glass windows by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones

Other Cemeteries

Poundsbridge Cemetery, Penshurst, Tonbridge, TN11 8AL

Churches without Graveyards

St Mark’s Church, 8 St Mark’s Road, Tunbridge Wells

There is no cemetery, only cenotaphs: lots of plaques and memorials in the church including WWI and WWII memorials

St Luke’s Church, St Luke’s Road, Tunbridge Wells. 

There is a Garden of Remembrance for cremated remains at St Luke’s Parish Church. Permission needs be granted by the Vicar for the ashes of those who have died to be buried in the Garden. Normally, however, this is only granted where there has been a connection with the church. There is a charge for burial of ashes in the Garden of Remembrance.

Other Organizations

Tunbridge Wells Civic Society