ST DAY BURIAL GROUND
The fees, payments and sums set out below under ‘Parishioner’ apply where the person interred or in respect of whom the right of burial is granted, is, or immediately before his death was, an inhabitant of the Civil Parish of St Day, or, in the case of a still-born child, where the parents are (or one of them is), or at the time of the interment, were such inhabitants or parishioners. In all other cases the fees, payments and sums payable are set out under Non-parishioner, but the burual authority reserves the right to refuse burial to anyone outside the Civil Parish of St Day.
Part 1 – Interments
The fees set out below (a) exclude the digging of the grave and (b) apply only where the interment is made on a weekday or on the certificate of a coroner or registered practitioner stating that immediate interment is necessary.
Part 2 – Charges
|1. For the interment in a grave in respect of which an exclusive right of burial has been granted:-|
|(i) of the body of a still-born child, or a child whose age at the time of death did not exceed 12 years||100.00||208.00|
|(ii) of the body of a person whose age at the time of death exceeded 12 years||188.00||393.00|
|The fees indicated under the heads of item 1 apply only where the interment is at a depth notexceeding 9 feet. For each additional foot or part thereof the additional sums indicated are payable||14.00||14.00|
|2. For the interment of cremated remains in a grave in respect of which an Exclusive Right of Burial has been granted (in a half-sized plot at the end of a row of graves – a headstone may be erected)||193.00||404.00|
|3. For the interment of cremated remains in a plot in respect of which an Exclusive Right of Burial has been granted (in a specific area set aside for cremated remains – a small flatstone only may be laid)||193.00||404.00|
Part 3 – Exclusive Right of Burial in earthen graves
|1. For the Exclusive Right of Burial in perpetuity in an earthen grave.||188.00||393.00|
|2. For the Exclusive Right of Burial of cremated remains – see part 2. and 3 above – in an earthen grave||49.00||53.00|
Part 4 – Walled graves
|1. For the Exclusive Right to construct a walled grave||71.00||150.00|
Part 5 – Headstones and crosses
|1. For the right to erect or place on a grave in respect of which an Exclusive Right of Burial has been granted :-|
|(i) a headstone incorporating a vase (maximum 3 feet high)||88.00||185.00|
|(ii) a wooden cross (maximum 3 feet high)||44.00||92.00|
|(iii) a flatstone for cremated remains (see part 2.3 above)||182.00||381.00|
|The fees indicated under the various heads of this part include the first inscriptions. For each inscription after the first the sums indicated are payable.||71.00||150.00|
No flatstones, footstones or kerbstones are permitted.
It being a lawn cemetery, no bushes, shrubs or plants are permitted.
It is the responsibility of the funeral director to ensure that any surplus earth is taken away as soon as the burial has taken place and that the grave is left level by 3 months after the burial.
St Day Parish Council fixes and settles the fees, payments and sums set out above. These charges were fixed at the Parish Council Meeting held at the Mills Street Community Centre on Monday 13 July, 2015 and will be reviewed annually. The charges will take effect from 01 August, 2015.