Located in a quiet corner of Buckinghamshire with 22 acres of exquisite gardens. Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens offer a place for reflection throughout the year.
Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens has been open since 1935.
The land, acquired and donated by Sir Noel Mobbs for the aim of preserving a tranquil setting of the grave of the poet Thomas Gray and providing a burial place for cremation ashes. Designed by Edward White the Gardens are claimed to be his best creation and are Grade I listed.
A magnificent 600-year-old Oak stands within the grounds in a beautiful natural area, known as the ‘Oak Dell’.
Highlighted features include:
Each area, designed by Edward White, offers interest and tranquillity.
Stoke Poges offers the perfect surroundings for a final resting place for your loved one, with the choice of:
A selection of memorial options are available for sale.
Our experienced team will guide you through the process with care and sensitivity. They will go through the options available to you.
Call Stoke Poges to book a personal visit to view the grounds to help choose the right option for you.
For volunteering opportunities with our Garden Ninjas and Friends of Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens, please contact the office on 01753 523 744.