Cemetery Archives: Victoria Lane Burial Ground

Victoria Lane Burial Ground

Victoria Lane Burial Ground is a tiny plot of fewer than a hundred graves tucked away at the end of a cul de sac. Though the roar of the M4 motorway is ever-present, a thick shrubbery screens it from view and makes this feel a most cosy resting place.

The ground was opened in 1871 as an extension of the churchyard of St. Peter and St. Paul's Parish Church, Harlington, and is now closed to new burials. It is maintained by Hillingdon Borough Council, to whom I'm grateful for information regarding this lovely site.

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