Dudley is a large town in the industrial West Midlands and is sometimes known as the capital of the Black Country. The town was developed during the Industrial Revolution as a centre for metalworking. In 2011 the population of the town was estimated to be 80,000 people.
Today the largest religious group in Dudley is Christian, with many churches in the area including Methodist, Baptist and Catholic places of worship. Five per cent of the inhabitants of Dudley are Muslim and they are served by two local mosques, Dudley Central Mosque and Queens Cross Mosque.
There are several funeral directors based in the Borough of Dudley, which covers the neighbouring towns of Tipton, Stourbridge and Halesowen, with many more covering Dudley and the Birmingham area. Funeral directors in Dudley have a wealth of experience and are well placed to accommodate the diverse needs of their local community, including residents from Caribbean, Muslim, Hindu and Sikh backgrounds.
The Borough of Dudley is well served by cemeteries and crematoria. The main crematorium is situated at Gornal Wood, just off Coopers Bank Road and 20 minutes from Junction 2 of the M5 motorway. The crematorium is managed by Dudley Council. Other local burial places include Dudley Cemetery, Stourbridge Cemetery and Halesowen Cemetery.
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