The Bluebell Weekends were a resounding success welcoming many families to the Park in either extremely hot temperatures or very cold wet temperatures.
Our chosen charity Teenage cancer trust has been very close to the hearts of all that have visited and we are very pleased to raise money for this charity over the next twelve months.
We have continued to have a steady stream of visitors to the Park sampling the last of the Bluebells and enjoying the peaceful surroundings that we have to offer from our ancient 200 year wood to the many thousands of trees planted in commemoration of the Queens Diamond Jubilee.
Infrastructure development has been on schedule and all concerned have made a real effort to make sure as little distribution as possible has taken place when families visit; stopping all works completely when funerals take place to give respect to families loved ones laid to rest.
The diversion of the irrigation main is complete allowing us the confidence to know that all maintenance of the pipe work that may occur in the future is on the boundary of the Park.
Cedar Hall is fast developing into a beautiful functional building ready to welcome families in October:
- All internal room layouts complete awaiting first fix
- Floor fully installed with underfloor heating
- External Cedar cladding on walls fully completed
Our new bespoke office is fully functional giving us the luxury of all administrative duties carried out at the Burial Park; allowing Matt and myself to liaise directly with the whole team on site; this is complemented by a new software system that will be implemented over the coming months allowing greater detail of record keeping for families now and into the future.
Ultimately we are here to provide a caring service to the families of Norfolk and wider community and all our short and long term plans are thoroughly thought out and implemented to help our team care for you.