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Kings Norton Cemetery

Kings Norton Cemetery

Contact us:
0121 303 5583

Longdales Road
Kings Norton
B38 9BU

Christmas Carol Service

A Christmas Carol service will be taking place on Saturday 12th December 2015, starting at 1pm.
Everyone is welcome to come along and join us; refreshments will be provided

How to find Kings Norton Cemetery

Get directions to Kings Norton Cemetery from Google Maps

Travelling by road

M42 (J3) onto the A435 Alcester Road (S) turn on to Middle Lane - 2nd exit off Middle Lane roundabout and join Bell Green Lane then straight onto Headley Heath Lane - straight onto Icknield Street. Carry on straight ahead to Primrose Hill. Kings Norton Cemetery is at the top of Primrose Hill where it meets Longsdale Road.

From Brandwood End Cemetery turn onto Woodthorpe Road. At island turn left onto Brandwood Road. Straight over traffic lights (Monyhull Hall Road). At the next island go straight over onto Parson's Hill, which flows onto Wharf Road. At the next island take the 1st exit onto Masshouse Lane. This leads onto Primrose Hill.

From the city centre take the Pershore Road (A441) to Stirchley. Turn left at the traffic lights and follow the road to the top of the hill. Turn left and then 2nd right (after the first set of lights). Follow this road until you come to a mini island - straight over this island brings you onto Brandwood Road. Then as above.

Travelling by bus

No. 35 - this takes you from the city centre to Shannon Road, Primrose Hill. It's then a five minute walk up Primrose Hill onto Longsdales Road to the cemetery.
No. 49 - this bus will collect you from Northfield or Solihull dropping off at Shannon Road.
No. 45 - this bus runs from city centre going from New Street - Primrose Hill, Shannon Road.

Travelling by train

From Kings Norton and Cotteridge Stations take the No. 49 bus (heading towards Solihull), which will bring you to Shannon Road. The cemetery is then only a 5 minute walk to the top of Primrose Hill.

Opening Hours



Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

January, December

08.30 - 16.00 hours

10.00 - 16.00 hours

February, March, April,
October, November

08.30 - 16.00 hours

10.00 - 17.00 hours

May, June, July, August,

08.30 - 16.30 hours

10.00 - 17.00 hours

Special times for opening and closing apply on Christmas Day and Boxing Day

Kings Norton Cemetery

Grave Sections

Kings Norton Cemetery has graves available for adult and children interments on lawn header sections. There are also two cremation sections which are able to receive up to either two or four cremated remains interments. Ashes Caskets may be purchased from the cemetery office for the burial of cremated remains.

Children and adult Muslim lawn header sections are also available.

Natural Woodland Burials

Primrose Meadow is an area of Kings Norton Cemetery designed for natural burials. Please click on the link for more information on our natural glade.

Kings Norton Cemetery

Customer feedback

"Thank you for keeping it so nice and tidy, it's a pleasure to see"

"Thank you for helping us make an important burial decision"

"Kings Norton Cemetery is beautifully clean and staff always helpful and amazingly respectful staff during the funeral and after, perfect resting place for my nan and nephew"

"Ian was very helpful, the grounds are immaculate and very well laid out. The burial plot prep was extremely tidy well done to KN staff, my mom and family are very pleased to have been looked after so well"

"My family and I could not find any fault with the cemetery at Kings Norton"

Help to set up a Friends of Kings Norton Cemetery group

Calling anyone with an interest in Kings Norton Cemetery – we are looking to start a Friends of Kings Norton Cemetery Group. If you would like to help us in promoting/ encouraging the native wildlife and flora and fauna in the cemetery and are able to spare a few hours here and there we would be pleased to hear from you.