Wilstone Cemetery is a small rural cemetery which opened in a former field at the beginning of the 20th century as the churchyard of St Cross, Wilstone. The Cemetery is owned and managed by Tring Rural Parish Council for and on behalf of the residents of the Parish.
According to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC), there are three burials of soldiers from the various regiments relating to WW1. Further details can be found on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Website by following this link www.cwgc.org
This page contains information regarding the Rules and Regulations, together with the Charges for using the facility. As you will expect, there are certain legal obligations that must be followed. We have tried to explain these with the minimum of jargon.
The Cemetery will be open to the public throughout the year, but the Parish Council reserves the right to exclude the public if this should be necessary on any particular occasion. In this case, where possible, notice of closure would be displayed within the Cemetery prior to the date.
Children under the age of 12 years are not permitted in the Cemetery unless in the care of a responsible person. All persons must keep on the paths and must not interfere with gravestones, monuments, plants or flowers.
Smoking is strictly prohibited within the Cemetery whilst a funeral is in progress. Dogs must be kept under control at all times and on a lead.
No wheeled vehicles other than mobility scooters, prams or buggies may be brought into the Cemetery. Vehicles bringing in materials or equipment required for the erection of monuments may be parked on the main road alongside the Cemetery.
Any person found infringing these rules shall be expelled from the Cemetery and may be liable for any reasonable costs.