About Eternal Gardens

Established in 2013, Eternal Gardens has grown to become the burial choice amongst our Muslim community of London. Ours is a dignified burial location with a team that has clear understanding of the Islamic requirements to ensure all the rights of your beloved are fulfilled.
We understand that organising the funeral of your loved one is not easy. Hence we strive to provide you and your loved ones the support and environment you need to spend those final moments doing what is most important.
Easily accessible from all across London, we feel privileged to offer our community:
affordable pricing | unused burial land | flexible opening times | weekend burials| 24/7 helpline | Sunnah burial options.
Our very experienced and friendly team is trained to serve families from different cultures, customs and practices. We believe attention to detail is key and strive to work closely with yourself and your funeral director to make sure your family feels respected, listened to and cared for.
We also offer our community the unique opportunity to purchase your plots in advance not only to avoid the inflation but also to make it easier for your loved ones at the most difficult time of their life.


At the Eternal Gardens we pleased to offer Sunnah compliant and flexible Burial options and pre-plan options. We endeavour to exceed your expectations through providing care, attention to detail, and tailoring our services to the needs and requirements of our Muslim community and to ensure our services align with Islamic burial requirements.

Recently bereaved

At the Eternal Gardens we understand that dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy. Whether you are looking to bury a loved one, or just need to talk through what happens next, we are here to listen and provide assistance in any way we can.
Our extensive burial options are designed to give you the flexibility you need to fulfil the burial rights of your loved one as well as what is most suitable and convenient for your family members. If you feel you can’t find what you are looking for please call us on
0800 211 8569
Planning ahead is for everyone, of all ages and more importantly for families to prepare together to avoid any uncertainty and leaving loved ones with a burden at the most difficult time of their life. While burial places are becoming scarce within London and prices rising annually, here at Eternal Gardens we offer you a unique opportunity to choose the final resting place ahead of time and avoid the ever increasing burial cost.
One key benefit to planning ahead is to ensure family members are allocated plots close to each other. Pre-purchasing is permitted in Islam, for further details on this visit our Islamic regulations section.

How we can help

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy; we understand that this is a difficult time for you. Whether you know you are ready to
find a final resting place, or just need to talk through what happens next, we are here to listen and aim to help you however we can.
Call us on 0800 211 8569, email us or visit us at the park.  

Latest updates

We understand the importance of education. Eternal Gardens works in collaboration with many organisations to provide our community with regular educational events and activities. Visit our event’s page for further information



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Yesterday I experienced the second burial of someone this year in which something really struck me.

Again it was a Sister from the community who has clearly left a legacy behind her insha'Allah.

What struck me was how both these sisters, were so dedicated to good causes and so well balanced with their own personal responsibilities.

The bit the stands out about them was how they were always back stage people. Never in the limelight. I don't even think they realised their own efforts.

But the attendance, the attendees and environment at the funerals, testify that someone great has passed.

Although the reality is with Allah, signs can be perceived, and when large groups of individuals put everything to one side to attend the funeral of someone who most of them didn't even know the name of, you can feel the honor granted to them by Allah. When so many of the senior Ulama gather at such a persons funeral, this again testifies to something great passing.

ما تواضع أحد لله إلا رفعه الله عز وجل” ‏(‏(‏رواه مسلم‏)‏‏)‏‏
One who displays humbleness towards another seeking the pleasure of Allah, Allah exalts him in ranks."
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اللهم اجعلني في عيني صغيرا وفي أعين الناس كبيرا
Allah make us insignificant in our own eyes and honorable in the sight of others.
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Standing by the grave side today, I though we have so much to be thankful for...

We live in such a state that even our deceased are offered more dignity than those alive in other parts of the world. Just look at the case of our brothers and sisters in Rohingya as an example. Allah alleviate the difficulties from them and grant them peace, Ameen.

Yet it is strange how in developed countries, we have some of the highest levels of depression.

Take a moment to count your blessings today and spare a thought for those suffering around the world.

By counting blessings, the depression from difficulties will be reduced insha'Allah.


The Prophet (S.A.W) used to stand (in the prayer) or pray till both his feet or legs swelled. He was asked why (he offered such an unbearable prayer) and he said, "should I not be a thankful slave."
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Abu Huraira reported that Allah's Messenger (S.A.W) said:
When one of you looks at one who stands at a higher level than you in regard to wealth and physical structure he should also see one who stands at a lower level than you in regard to these things (in which he stands) at a higher level (as compared to him).
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The message here is to appreciate what you have.
By contrasting your life with those who have less, you will appreciate life for what it is.

Often a pauper feels like a king whilst the king feels like a pauper.
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