Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park

Guest Blog: Teenage Cancer Trust

Earlier this year, we had the pleasure of announcing that Teenage Cancer Trust would be the charity we would support throughout the year. Since then, we have raised £500 for them with our next fundraising event imminent, along with setting up a JustGiving page for those who aren’t able to attend. We invited, Judith from […]


At One With Nature

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 […]


Cedar Hall: A gallery

The development of Cedar Hall began in December 2017 and despite some obstacles such as the ever changing weather conditions, we have made great progress throughout 2018. As we move through the year, the Hall is progressing to the next stage with the aim being to reach completion around October 2018. Here is our gallery […]


Teenage Cancer Trust: Our Chosen Charity for 2018/19

As many of you will know, at Norfolk Bluebell Wood, we believe in doing what we can to support the work of charities. Since the Park opened, we have supported a different charity each year in a bid to raise awareness and contribute to their fantastic work. For 2018/19 we wanted to try something a […]


Bluebell Walk Open Days

Every year, we host our Bluebell Walk Open Days. A chance for people to visit the Park and enjoy the nature that it has to offer. Now that we are into Spring, we can begin to get excited about all of the Open Days approaching. These weekends will take place 21st and 22nd of April, […]


Cedar Hall Development

If you’ve been following our development over the last few years you will have seen the Park has come a long way. What began as a 300-year-old woodland carpeted in bluebells has since been transformed into a peaceful, yet captivating, area available to families to lay their loved ones to rest and as a place […]


A.C.T – our chosen charity for 2017

At Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park, we believe in doing what we can to support charities and businesses alike. Every year, we choose a charity to exclusively support for that year. This is a great opportunity for us to give back and contribute to not only fundraising efforts that the charity requires to operate, but […]


At One With Nature

As we enter 2018, our development plans at the Park are beginning to take shape. We want our visitors to be able to follow our journey and so, throughout the year, Founder Andrew Morton will be giving us quarterly updates about what has been achieved and what is to come over the following few months. […]


Guest Blog: Peter Rock of ARKA Acorn Urns

There is a lot to think about when the unthinkable happens. It can be hard to know what needs to be done and the best way to go about this when you are suffering a loss. At Norfolk Bluebell Wood, we believe in providing all of the information you need in order to make the […]


Robert Marsham – A history about Norfolk Bluebell Wood.

Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park is the result of a vision from the minds of the Morton family. Andrew  developed the park with dedicated staff and local businesses, transforming the land into a peaceful and tranquil environment that allows individuals to spend time and reflect on loved ones that have passed away. What you may […]


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Old Church Road
Hainford, Norfolk, NR10 3BG