The Pilgrims’ Way just misses the centre of Compton in Surrey although it passes the Watts Gallery’s teashop.
But on arriving at the road, and before turning left for the gallery and teashop, you could turn right and walk for about three minutes to the cemetery.
The round cemetery chapel, known as the Watts Chapel, was designed by Mary Watts in 1896 with its Art Nouveau interior added by her in 1901.
She and her husband GF Watts, the Victorian painter and sculptor, lived nearby at what is now the Watts Gallery.
Higher up on the cemetery hill is a cloister also designed by Mrs Watts as she is often known.
November, the month when the dead, began at Watts Chapel on All Souls Day 2 November with Holy Communion at 8am.
Since Remembrance Day there have been poppies on the altar.
Last weekend there was a peaceful scene as people tended graves in the warm sun whilst visitors looked at the memorials in the cloister.