Restoration, conservation and respectful enjoyment of Brandwood End Cemetery and Chapels

Our volunteers hard at work (and enjoying themselves!) 

We are a charity here to promote for the benefit of the local community and others, the restoration, conservation and respectful enjoyment of Brandwood End Cemetery and Chapels. That includes the monuments, buildings, records, green spaces, adjacent pool and allotments and overall environment.


From litter picks to helping hedgehogs, our events are always fun, friendly and suitable for most ages!

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Become a Friend!

Friends of Brandwood Cemetery is run purely by unpaid volunteers and we welcome your help!  Whether you have family laid to rest here, you are a concerned local resident or are interested in conservation, we need you!

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About the Cemetery

On 13 April 1899 George Tallis, Chairman of the Cemetery Committee, opened Brandwood End Cemetery.

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Can you spare a couple of hours?

Litter picks are a great way to get some fresh air!

Latest News

Dry and sunny for 2019 Remembrance Event

November 10, 2019

Today’s Remembrance event was very well attended. Representatives of West Midlands Police, West Midlands Fire Service, Local Councillors, The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (RAOB), the Catholic Women’s League, FBEC and members of the local Beaver Pack all laid Wreaths at the Cross of Sacrifice. Deacon David Fairbotham gave a… Read more

Wet, but colourful Tree Walk !

November 9, 2019

Ranger, Dean Paul, led a Tree Walk through the cemetery today despite the heavy rain. Considering how cold and wet it was there was a good turn out of 11 hardy individuals, but the weather didn’t detract from the glorious colours displayed by the trees and the knowledge imparted by… Read more

2019 marks the Centenary of Remembrance.

November 6, 2019

The annual tradition that first took place in 1919 to pay tribute to the war dead. Although the First World War was brought to a close by a ceasefire – the Armistice – on 11 November 1918 – the final peace treaty was signed more than seven months later, on… Read more

Tree Walk Saturday and Remembrance Sunday. A busy weekend.

November 4, 2019

Fancy a tree walk?   Meet Dean the Ranger by the Lodge on the main drive this Saturday the 9th November, as he leads a walk to admire the trees in their Autumn colours- 11 am start. Sunday the 10th sees our annual Remembrance Service at the Cross of Sacrifice… Read more