Edmonton and Southgate Cemetery

Enfield Southgate Cemetery is one of the less interesting of north London's burial grounds. Laid out in strict grid pattern, it lacks even a chapel, as the parish church over the road was used for funeral services. Though the ground is generally neat and tidy, there's not much to inspire here: a few red granite edifices celebrate local dignatories, but the campest cherub in the world is probably the most interesting monument.

Filed under: London Cemeteries .