If you haven’t visited Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park you may be wondering what to expect and how it might be different from other funerals you have attended.
Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park is open to all faiths and denominations or none and the funeral will very much depend on the choices made by the family, reflecting the person who has passed away.
A service can be held in the Cedar Hall and led by the family, a member of clergy, celebrant or humanist. The service may reflect a very individual style including personally selected music, musicians, readings and poetry. Whether the family has chosen a burial, ash interment or ash scattering there are designated pathways to each of the four habitats. The pathways around the Park are well maintained so there is no need for wellies or outdoor shoes.
There is ample car parking to accommodate small and large funerals including dedicated car parking spaces for blue badge holders in addition to an overflow car park if required.
The lavatories have wheelchair access and baby changing facilities. There is also a golf buggy to transport anyone with mobility issues. It would be helpful if you could contact us to let us know in advance if the golf buggy is required or if you have any other questions before your visit.