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There are three separate burial grounds at Dymchurch, all surrounding St Peter and St Paul Church
The cemetery at the front and side of St Peter and St Paul Church is owned and managed by the Diocese of Canterbury.
The cemetery at the side of the community hall was owned by Shepway District Council. It was closed as a graveyard some years ago, and the register of interments is now kept at Dymchurch Parish Council.
The burial ground at the rear of the Masonic Hall is owned by Dymchurch Parish Council. The burial ground has been full since 2008 and no further spaces are available.
Dymchurch Parish Council has a Memorial Garden within the burial ground for interment of ashes. There is also a facility to scatter ashes on the rose beds.