Penmount Crematorium is a publicly owned, self financed facility administered by Cornwall Council. It is ideally situated two miles from the city centre of Truro. It is sited on a secluded country estate of twenty-eight acres. Eleven of those acres have been developed as Gardens of Remembrance.
Books of Remembrance update
Due to Covid restrictions the Book of Remembrance Room at Penmount is ccurrently closed.
It has not been possible to re-open it due to ongoing restrictions and the confined nature of this room. We have therefore made different arrangements so that the books can be viewed again. They are now displayed in the three bay windows at the front of the main building. The baby book is on display in the adjacent window which was the Book of Remembrance room.
The electronic book of remembrance will be relocated as soon as is practicable. It will then be available to view again. When this happens we will again place information on the website and on Penmount’s Facebook page.
In the interim you can access the book online.
Latest Update: 23rd April 2020
Central Government Amended COVID 19 Regulations
Please note that for the foreseeable future the grounds have re-opened for visitors. However, the crematorium buildings are only available for funeral services.
Please respect these restrictions and social distancing for the good of our community.
Charity events at Penmount
All monies received from certain areas will be donated to our annual chosen charity. These are:
- from our annual events, Open Day and Carol Service
- from donations received for memory cards for the Christmas tree in December
- collected from the metals recycling programme
Our charity for 2020 is Macmillan Cancer Support.
The following events are taking place at Penmount Crematorium.
Service of Remembrance 2020
Sunday 28 June 2020
It is with regret that our Service of Remembrance did not take place this year. This is due to recent events involving Coronavirus.
We look forward to planning our Service of Remembrance for 2021 in due course.
Carol Evening 2020
Thursday 10 December 2020
It is with regret that our Carol Service will not take place this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
We look forward to planning our Carol Service for 2021 in due course.