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We are happy to answer any questions you may have, or to send you a brochure giving more details about the Gardens. Alternatively, you are welcome to come and explore our grounds to experience the peace for yourself.

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Portchester Memorial Gardens
Upper Cornaway Lane
Portchester, Hampshire
PO16 8NF

Opening Times

The Gardens

The gardens are open every day throughout the year (including public and bank holidays) from 8.30am. During the winter months (November to February) they close at 4.30pm. In the spring and summer (March to April), gates are open until 6pm; (May to August) you can visit until 8pm. Autumn (September to October) 6pm
(subject to change)

Office Hours

The office is open Monday to Friday, between 9.30am and 4.30pm, except on bank holidays.

How to find us

Our Garden is adjacent to Portchester Crematorium, located further up the same access road of Upper Cornaway Lane.

Drive past Portchester Crematorium, keeping their overflow car park on your right as you go up the road and head towards the big green sign. A first left down the block paved road (between the house and the park home site) will bring you to our iron gates and main car park area. The office is right next to the car park.


Extra Support

Below are some organisations that we have worked with closely over the years.
They may be able to help you with additional advice or information in your time of need.

* Portchester Memorial Gardens takes no responsibility for information contained on external links from this website.

The Bereavement Centre
Cruse Bereavement Care
Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity
The Rowans Hospice


The Ickle Pickles Children Charity helps to raise money and public awareness for the intensive care equipment that treats the smallest and sickest babies who need intensive care in neonatal units.

SANDS is the leading stillbirth and neonatal death charity in the UK, using their national charity and powerful vision to create a world where fewer babies die. They provide support nationally to anyone affected by the death of a baby; before, during or shortly after birth.

Other Services

We are happy to offer the wonderful work of two local independents.

Erika Biddlecombe is a celebrant for funerals & memorials as well as many other ceremonies.

Jeanette Rawson is a designer florist specialising in funeral arrangements, including tributes for natural burials

* Portchester Memorial Gardens takes no responsibility for information contained on external links from this website.