Welcome to our natural burial park in the heart of beautiful, rural Norfolk
Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park is a unique, natural burial ground in a beautiful park setting, home to centuries old bluebell woodland, newly planted woodland and a glorious wildflower meadow, all resting under big Norfolk skies. Located in the parish of Hainford, seven miles north of Norwich, it is a perfectly suited natural burial ground and final resting place for a loved one and all within easy reach of every part of the county.
At our natural burial ground at Norfolk Bluebell Wood, we offer a full woodland burial or ash interment in either the ancient Bluebell Wood, or in the newly planted Woodland Meadow or Diamond Jubilee Wood. In addition, a natural burial or ash interment in our beautiful Wildflower Meadow. The Robert Marsham Glade provides for the surface scattering of ashes with views across the Park. Whichever you choose, you can be assured of a tranquil setting for a loved one to be laid to rest, a place for retreat; to be alone to reflect on memories left behind.
Founded by Andrew Morton whose family have been living and farming in Norfolk for three generations, Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park is the fulfilment of a long term vision, a passion for providing the best possible experience for loved ones at their time of need, and a firm belief the Park and ancient woodland should be shared by the community for generations to come.
It is with great thanks to the people who choose Norfolk Bluebell Wood as their resting place; for it is with their commitment and confidence that we can make a difference. On behalf of the Team, we look forward to welcoming you to the Park; whether you are attending a funeral, making plans for the future or simply enjoying a walk.