Bebington Cemetery is located at Town Ln, Bebington, Wirral CH49 5JF, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Bebington Cemetery and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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pinkboots101 pinky

2 Google Rating

Some parts of the cemetery are very well kept and looked after but there are some problems with the

2/ 5

Some parts of the cemetery are very well kept and looked after but there are some problems with the older areas and parts where the local youth hang about... This is a common occurrence for most cemeteries though. People are doing their best

hartage

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Chris B

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Elly Dantas

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Robert Pritchard

5 Google Rating

I spend hours walking around the cemetery with my grandson. I love the quietness and calm with no pa

5/ 5

I spend hours walking around the cemetery with my grandson. I love the quietness and calm with no passing traffic. I think its maintained well it must be a nightmare to cut the grass it is such a large area. The are war graves/headstones here a young 16 year old boy killed in action on HMS Invincible in 1916 during WW1. Not being morbid in anyway but you get a small hint of life in centuries gone by with some of the messages. So far to date the oldest headstone dates back to 1825. I shall try and find an older one on my travels with grandson Oliver next time I visit.

Janette Marr

5 Google Rating

I walk round there ,every day didnt relise how big it was and all the paths and turns , old stable y

5/ 5

I walk round there ,every day didnt relise how big it was and all the paths and turns , old stable yard, the sand stone brige, were the horses and carriages must have used, its such a beautiful cemertry, love the arches of the trees, its a fab walk around looking at all the very old headstones, someone told me there is porposes graves with no headstone think it by the sandstone bridge, Town lane cemertry is well maintained,kept nice and clean , and all the difrent things you notice each time you walk round , beautiful walk..... Want to know more about it now...👍

Alan Harwood

5 Google Rating

Kept clean and litter free by myself, and well maintained by Rodger and the team.

5/ 5

Kept clean and litter free by myself, and well maintained by Rodger and the team.

Max Johnson

5 Google Rating

Well kept - shame local youth children mandems massive squads are ruining the site.

5/ 5

Well kept - shame local youth children mandems massive squads are ruining the site.

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