In addition to a fine old Victorian Cemetery Superintendent’s Lodge (with 48 graves in the garden!) and the site and foundations of an abandoned chapel, there are many instances of fine Gothic and other period architecture. These include a number of smaller copies of the well known ‘Banbury Cross’, the best of these being the vaulted York Stone 'Ball Memorial'. This is close to the site of the Old Chapel and its maintenance is conditionally tied in perpetuity to the People’s Park in Banbury. The park, near to the main ‘Banbury Cross’ in the centre of town, was given to the people of Banbury on condition that the Ball Memorial is maintained in good condition in perpetuity.
The cemetery no longer has space for new burials, however if space permits, families with existing graves can still proceed with burials or the interment of ashes.
There is space available in the cremated remains (ashes) burial section, and also a Columbarium has been built within this area to offer an alternative resting place for ashes.