“Every life is worth loving and remembering always…”

These poignant words are inscribed in stone at the entranceway to the picturesque Glenwood Cemetery. This peaceful site is a final resting place for thousands of early settlers and their descendants who cleared the land and shaped our history. Today their legacy endures in street names, historic homes and buildings, and in small and great deeds that marked lifetimes of endeavours.

Arrangements

Glenwood Cemetery offers a full choice of burial options: traditional in-ground burial, cremation burial, columbaria, private columbarium, and scattering. Professional and sensitive service to families is a priority to our staff.

Memorial Products

We have on site a wide selection of memorialization products. With the help of our friendly staff, families are able to choose cemetery arrangements and select appropriate memorialization options.

What's New

There’s a lot happening at our historic cemetery, with something new for every season, whether it’s Veterans’ Day ceremonies, Jazz at the Glenwood Chapel, Christmas wreath sales, or other community events. To keep up-to-date, check our website and visit us on our Facebook page!

Special Events

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Cemeteries hold great stories - we'd love to hear yours🙂The Beatles LP "Revolver" which was released 55 years ago today in the UK, included the song "Eleanor Rigby". The song was written by Paul McCartney and many people have often wondered who she was, or why that name for the song.Paul at first said it was a name that came to him and it fitted in with the song, but in reality, there is a headstone in St Peter's Graveyard Woolton, that contains the name Eleanor Rigby.The relationship here is that it was at St. Peter's in 1957 that Paul met John at the church event which was held in the same church grounds.Paul now admits that the name Eleanor Rigby was probably planted into his subconscious, from all those years ago that he and John would regularly cut through the church grounds in the early days before they became The Beatles."Ah, look at all the lonely people....." ... See MoreSee Less

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Our crab apple tree is Laden this year so stay tuned for jelly!😋 ... See MoreSee Less

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