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Danygraig cemetery

Opened for burials in 1856, Danygraig cemetery covers around 20 acres in the east of Swansea.

The cemetery is now closed for new burials though interments are still made in existing family owned graves and in Section Z of the cemetery which has been set aside for the Muslim community since 1973. 

Memorialisation options include a cremated remains plot scheme (bricked/earthen) and a scattering Gardens of Remembrance. Full kerb memorials are permitted in all sections of the cemetery. Services are available Monday to Saturday and are 30 minutes long.

Opening times

Access to cars and other vehicles are available at the following times. There are no restrictions for pedestrian access as public rights of way exist throughout the cemetery.

9.00am - 4.30pm Monday to Thursday

9.00am - 4.00pm Friday

10.00am - 4.00pm Weekends & Bank Holidays.

Travelling to Danygraig Cemetery

Postcode - SA1 8NB

Travelling by car - From the east and west leave the M4 at Junction 42 and take the A483 (Fabian Way) towards Swansea. After around 8 miles take the right hand junction at the traffic lights signposted to Port Tennant. Follow Port Tennant Road to the right and continue to travel along it. Towards the end of the row of shops turn left onto Danygraig Road where there are speed bumps. Continue over the mini roundabout. You will be able to see the cemetery wall on your left. Continue until the turning at the end of the wall. Turn left here and through the gates into the cemetery.

Travelling by bus - The cemetery is on a main bus route from Swansea Quadrant Bus Station to Port Tennant. The route is served by the No 6 bus every twenty minutes. There is a stop just past the entrance to the cemetery.

Travelling by train - The nearest station is Swansea High Street Station.  Buses and taxis can be found at the front of the station.  Danygraig Cemetery is approximately 8 minutes drive.

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