Guided Walks - Booking Essential
 
 
 
The Soc
iety operates the only official Company-approved guided walks around the cemetery, with all donations going towards restorations.

The Society was founded in 1992, and our volunteer guides are very knowledgeable and have many years' experience of the cemetery and its history.

Please contact us if you would like to join our happy band.


For all Guided Tour enquires please contact  walks@tbcs.org.uk

Please do not contact  the Brookwood Cemetery office



Next Guided Walks

Sunday 5th June -1pm
Booking now available

Sunday 3rd July – 1pm
Booking now available

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Guided Walk Details

Sunday 5th June – 1pm

Towards Freedom- North Cemetery
Led by Barry Devonshire
Another chance to visit people buried at Brookwood who helped the Indian Sub Continent obtain its freedom, Along with some people who hindered the cause. We will explore the whole of the North Cemetery. Also see separate information for linked events

Mausoleum Walk
Led by Jon Leech
Visit and maybe view inside some of the many wonderfully designed and not so wonderfully designed Mausoleums in the grounds of the Cemetery, including ‘The Jewel in the Crown. You will also hear about the families who commissioned them and their stories.

Scientists and Academics.
Lead by Alison Leech
The walk will include eminent scientists and academics, all Fellows of the Royal Society, with subjects ranging from fossils and geology to wine and solar cycles

Sunday 3rd July – 1pm

Low water, High tide
Led by Mike Dawson
Many families have a relative who worked on the River Thames in a variety of occupations or was at sea in a merchant or Royal Navy vessel. We will explore the life and time of some of those people associated with the sea or the river who lie in Brookwood Cemetery.

They served the Empire - South Cemetery
Led by Barry Devonshire
Route 1 – Some served the Empire better than others !
Engineers, civil servant and military men who ran the Empire, both under the East India Company and later, the British Raj, and some who questioned the status quo.

General Walk - South Cemetery
Led By Margaret Hobbs
A general Walk in the South Cemetery to introduce you to the beauty, interesting monuments, and people who chose Brookwood as there final resting place.

Bookings Essential

Average group size 15 to 20 people depending on bookings

BOOKING MAY BE DONE BY EMAIL ~ walks@tbcs.org.uk or mobile 07714 289375

A DONATION of £5 PER PERSON. THIS INCLUDES REFRESHMENTS AFTERWARDS AT THE LODGE. ONCE RECEIVED, WE WILL CONFIRM A PLACE ON THE WALK.


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We meet at the Society Lodge adjacent to the Cemetery Office.



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There is a separate entrance to the Glades, with its own lay-by, off Cemetery Pales.

Parking is available inside the entrance.

Refreshments and toilet facilities are available at the Society Lodge

We ask for a donation when booking
 
All the money raised from the donations goes towards Society restoration projects.

Brookwood Cemetery is near Woking, Surrey. It is adjacent to the A322 Guildford - Bagshot Road (Junction 3 off the M3). The entrance to the Cemetery is off Cemetery Pales, a road joining the A322 near the Brookwood cross-roads. See our location map. The postcode is GU24 0BL.

If you want to arrange your own walk through the cemetery you must get permission from Brookwood Cemetery to do so and there may be fee

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For Travel information see getting to Brookwood


 
 

 

         
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