Deaths

Crematorium and Cemeteries

Residents visiting these sites must do so in accordance with any current social distancing requirements.

Face coverings are still requested at Glyntaff and Llwydcoed crematoria in accordance with our Covid-19 Risk Assessment.

Funeral Attendance at Glyntaff and Llwydcoed Crematoria and Rhondda Cynon Taff Cemeteries

Glyntaff Cemetery & Crematorium chapel allow for 60 seated attendees in each chapel – we do not allow standing attendees.  There is no limit on gathering outdoors to witness services

Llwydcoed Crematorium allow for up to 120 attendees across two chapels.  There is no limit on gathering outdoors to witness services

Our Cemeteries are open to visitors 365 days a year and opening times are shown below

Our offices are open for appointments only with a maximum of two persons at any one time

All payments can be made via the telephone and enquiries can be dealt with via the telephone or email as below:

Deaths
Information on when a burial should take place.
Cemetery-locations-and-opening-hours
Opening times for Summer and Winter months.
Cremations
Information on when a cremation should take place.
Registering-a-birth
Details on when and how to register a death.
Funeral-expenses
Fees and prices for funerals.
Ordering-a-memorial
Details on how to order a memorial and the prices.
Help-with-bereavement
Help is available if you need to talk about bereavement.
Scattering-of-cremated-remains
Locations and areas that remains can be scattered.
University of Warwick Study - Cardiac Arrest

The University of Warwick is working with the ambulance service in this area to study how to best give people life-saving medications if their heart suddenly stops.

If your family member had a cardiac arrest and was treated by the ambulance service, they may have been included in this study.

If you would like to find out more information about this study, please contact:

NHS Ambulance