Hampers Green

Operated by Chichester District Council, Petworth Cemetery in Hampers Green is a peaceful and tranquil place, somewhere to spend some quiet time remembering loved ones, a place for reflection, a warm welcoming location where you can sit quietly, alone with your own thoughts, or talk with others.

Horsham Road

The graveyard is the resting place of the 28 boys who lost their lives along with the headmaster Charles Stevenson and assistant teacher Charlotte Marshall when a lone German plane, approaching from the south over Hoes Farm, aimed three bombs at Petworth House, which missed the house, but one of which bounced off a tree and landed on the Petworth Boys’ School in North Street on 29 September 1942.

Bartons Lane

A closed cemetery, located in the East of Petworth.