Fulford Cemetery is located at Fordlands Rd, Fulford, York YO19 4QG, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Fulford Cemetery and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Geoff Harvey

5 Google Rating

I come to this cemetery to visit my parents grave I find it well kept and tidy I somehow always look

5/ 5

I come to this cemetery to visit my parents grave I find it well kept and tidy I somehow always look at head stones and think of the lifes of all the people intern there Not a tourist place only for remember my pass I have only 1 photo its a reminder of want I go there for

killachief187 .

5 Google Rating

Nice peaceful place

5/ 5

Nice peaceful place

George Guyll

5 Google Rating

Beautiful cemetery

5/ 5

Beautiful cemetery

Clive Jackson

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Leanne Schofield

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Sarah Varley

5 Google Rating

Beautiful sereen place, well maintained, helpful grounds men, all staff are great, nice quiet place

5/ 5

Beautiful sereen place, well maintained, helpful grounds men, all staff are great, nice quiet place to reflect x

Vicky H

5 Google Rating

Clean and tidy

5/ 5

Clean and tidy

jane fairbairn

1 Google Rating

We travelled over an hour this morning to visit my twin brothers grave only to discover that the cem

1/ 5

We travelled over an hour this morning to visit my twin brothers grave only to discover that the cemetery is closed in the morning to the public due to Covid-19. I was unable to wait the hour and a half till 12.30 as I had to be at work. These time alterations are not show on your website!! So a wasted journey. Apparently the logic is that the employees need to work in the morning and the public can visit in the afternoon. The outside environment of the cemetery does not need this kind of seperation to keep people safe, social distancing is very easy to maintain in this open environment. Crazy policy imposed by people who have not thought this through thoroughly. N.B. the gentleman employee on the gate was chatting to a group of approximately 6 ladies who were inside the cemetery. He then let them out. So why were they allowed in?

Elaine Mortimer

1 Google Rating

Can't believe that the cemetery doesn't open till 12.30pm now. A lot of people this morning had tra

1/ 5

Can't believe that the cemetery doesn't open till 12.30pm now. A lot of people this morning had travelled from Scarborough.

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