QAVS3.PNG

The volunteers at The Friends of St Helens Cemetery  are delighted  to announce they have been awarded The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service. This is the highest award a local voluntary group can receive in the UK and is equivalent to am M.B.E.  
It is a great honour to receive this award and made even more special to receive it in this The Queens Platinum Jubilee year. 

Open Day.jpg
Our next Heritage Walking tour is on Sunday 3rd July 2022. To book on this tour:  friendsofsthelenscemetery@gmail.com 
Donations of £3.00 per person welcome, Under 16's go free. Tours take approx one and half hours. 





Visit the news page for more photographs and information on Miss Fair-Isle our Owl postbox installed in the cemetery in September 2020.
this project has been so successful in helping people deal with bereavement we have decided to add to the story and buy Walter the Postman. 
if you can help by donating whatever you want to help pay for Walter we will be very grateful. See poster below  for details.



 

 
owl7.jpg
Walter_edited.jpg



Visit News page for photos and details of 2019 Cemetery & Crematorium Open Day

Follow us on social media for up to date news and photographs of our partnership with Saints Community Foundation Veterans who are tidying and clearing around military graves.


To search burial and cremation records from St Helens Cemetery & Crematorium, including Newton le Willows Cemetery:
St Helens Cemetery Records>
www.sthelens.gov.uk
>Deceased Search 
>Search the Records 




Friends donate gazebo , a place for all to sit and rest a while. 



 

open2.jpg

To V

H Friuebddonate gazebo 2

VISIT

The Friends of St. Helens Cemetery held its first meeting in January 2006 as a result of St. Helens Council inviting local people to become involved and take an interest in the heritage, planning, and day to day issues concerning the Cemeteries and Crematorium.

 

St. Helens Council continues to support The Friends and are active members of the  committee and sub-committee meetings.

 

The group initially met every 12 weeks to discuss a wide range of issues concerning the cemeteries and crematorium. During this time the group mainly focused on preserving and maintaining the overall appearance of the cemetery grounds and lobbied for changes and improvements in areas of car parking, use of cars in the cemeteries, dog fouling, damage and theft to graves and items left on them.

The Friends of St. Helens Cemetery are a vibrant and active group who will continue to develop their programme of events, strive to maintain and protect the environment and grounds of the cemeteries, and plan new initiatives which will enhance the cemeteries for the local community and visitors.

Member of National Federation of Cemetery Friends 

Donate - 

If you wish to support   the  Friends group contact us via our email address friendsofsthelenscemetery@gmail.com for further details.

We  rely on donations to help us with events and other projects in the cemeteries. Any donation is always gratefully received. 

 
Contact Friends of St.Helens Cemetery

Get in touch with Friends of St.Helens Cemetery to learn more about our work and find out how to donate. We appreciate your support!

Follow us on Social Media

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon

Heading 1

Your details were sent successfully!

andy1.jpg