Topic: Christchurch City Council Cemeteries

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Cemeteries managed by the Christchurch City Council

 The Christchurch City Council provides and administers 27 cemeteries, 22 operating cemeteries and five closed cemeteries in Christchurch and Banks Peninsula.

Addington Cemetery
Akaroa Anglican Cemetery, Akaroa
Akaroa Anglican Cemetery opened in 1857.
Akaroa Catholic Cemetery, Akaroa
Akaroa Catholic Cemetery opened in 1863.
Akaroa Dissenters Cemetery, Akaroa
Akaroa Dissenters Cemetery was opened in 1873.
Akaroa French Cemetery
The Cimetière Catholiques or French Cemetery opened in 1840 and is now closed.
Avonhead Park Cemetery
Barbadoes Street Cemetery
Belfast Cemetery 
Bromley Cemetery
Diamond Harbour Memorial Gardens Cemetery 
Duvauchelle Cemetery
Kaituna Valley Cemetery
Kaituna Valley Cemetery is located adjacent to St Kentigerns Church and was opened in 1935.
Le Bons Bay Cemetery, Le Bons Bay
Le Bons Bay Cemetery opened in 1862 and is still open for full burials
Linwood Cemetery 
Little River Cemetery
Lyttelton Anglican Cemetery
Lyttelton Catholic Cemetery
Memorial Park Cemetery 
Mount Magdala Cemetery of the Good Shepherd Sisters
Okains Bay Cemetery
Pigeon Bay Cemetery 
Ruru Lawn Cemetery
Rutherford Street Cemetery
Sydenham Cemetery
Waimairi Cemetery
Wainui Cemetery
Yaldhurst Cemetery


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