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Work starts on £1.4m cemetery

01 July 2020

Work has started on the first phase of a new cemetery in Cannock Chase District.

The cemetery, located on Hednesford Road in Norton Canes, will provide local access to burial facilities for at least the next 25 years.

Phase one of the works, being undertaken by Kettle and Talbot, will cost £1.4m and represents a major capital investment for the council. 

Councillor George Adamson, leader of the council, said: “There is a lack of burial space in the southern part of the District and Cannock cemetery has been closed to new burials since April 2006.  The council has been searching for many years to establish a new cemetery that would serve the burial requirements of the residents in this part of the District. 

“This cemetery once complete will compliment the crematorium being developed by Horizon Cremation Limited and will provide local residents facilities to bury their loved ones locally.  It’s is brilliant news that work has now started. It's taken a long time to find the right site but this is a beautiful location.”

Pictured (l-r): Peter Bartlett - Kettle and Talbot, Rob Talbot – Kettle and Talbot and Cllr George Adamson

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