undercliffe cemetery graves


Aims and Objectives

To operate, maintain and preserve Undercliffe Cemetery for the public benefit in any or all of the following purposes:

  1. As an open space.
  2. The advancement of the education of the public, concerning the local, national, social and industrial history and architecture of the19th century. The study of the natural history, including ornithology and botany, of the cemetery and it environs.
  3. The burial of the dead.
  4. The preservation, protection and development of features of special scientific, historic, environmental and educational interest. This includes the flora and fauna,  maintenance and repair of the existing monuments, tombs and graves.

Company’s Memorandum of Association, 1987.

Undercliffe Cemetery Charity is a registered charity (Charity Number 519751) and a Company Limited by Guarantee (Company Number 1973400).
The Charity is managed by a Management Committee (whose members are also Trustees) comprising two representatives from Bradford Metropolitan District Council and ten elected from the membership.

Current Management Committee Members

Alan Hillary,B.A.(Hons)

Vice Chair: 
John Jackson,B.A.(Hons),M.Phil.

Company Secretary: 
Deborah Stirling,LL.B (Hons)

Jon Ackroyd, (Bradford MD Council), Jacqui Ambler, B.A. (Hons), Margaret Bromley, B.Sc. (Hons), P.G.C.E, Anthony Kendall, B.Sc. (Hons), John Schofield, B.Sc (Hons), C Eng.,M.I.C.E (Bereavement & Amenity Manager, Bradford MD Council), Ronald Sugden, Andy Tyne.
Staff Members:
Andy Manning, M.A, Registrar and Co-ordinator, Andrew Barker, Deputy Registrar and Co-ordinator.


The ongoing work to conserve and maintain Undercliffe Cemetery is only possible through the commitment of our volunteers. See Volunteering and Support Us for ways you can support the project.

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