Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park


“I would like to thank the team at Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park for their support and hospitality for this years’ service of remembrance held at the Cedar Hall. It was a wonderful, well attended and very warm occasion, and I was very honoured to have led the service on their behalf. The team spirit […]


As part of my role as Assistant Ecologist combined with the compensation for roosts lost through development, two barn owl nest boxes were erected at Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park.  Danny Thomas, Riverdale Ecology Ltd, a volunteer bird ringer, who holds a Schedule 1 disturbance licence for species including barn owls and a ringing licence […]


As the new Fundraising and Campaigns Manager for Norfolk and Waveney Mind, I was delighted to visit the Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park early in October and catch up with Caroline Morton. The Burial Park chose Norfolk and Waveney Mind as their charity of the year for 2019 and I wanted to see the peace […]

Autumn Nature Update

Autumn is now upon us and as the summer draws to an end, many plants are completing their yearly cycle which in turn effects the lives of our native wildlife species.  The trees will begin to reduce the chlorophyll in their leaves, which is responsible for their lush green appearance and the trace chemicals that […]

Guest Blog: R A Brown Heating Services Ltd

  R A Brown Heating Services Ltd was pleased to work with Norfolk Bluebell Wood to provide a heating solution for the Cedar Hall.  There was no mains gas available, therefore a renewable heating source was a natural choice and it also fitted with the ethos of the business. Phase 1, in August 2015, saw the […]

Founder Blog: Introducing an Environmental Policy

In September, last year I travelled to Cornwall for a four day residential leadership course. The Nature of Leadership was a fully immersive learning journey based within the Eden Project. The course included ten delegates from all backgrounds and different parts of the world. All our learning took place within the biomes or the great outdoors enabling us to […]


When my husband, Jeff, died unexpectedly, other than that we had agreed we both wanted a woodland burial, I had nothing to go on but my gut instincts! I knew only of one natural burial site at the time, but my son suggested we ‘googled’ “woodland burial parks in Norfolk”.  There you were!  It was […]

Our partnership with MuchLoved

At Norfolk Bluebell Wood we have seen a popular development in the funeral industry is to offer bereaved families an area to remember and cherish the memory of their loved ones in the form of a tribute page. As well as display the upcoming funeral details, the tribute page can have photos, candles, thoughts added […]

Award Winning Cedar Hall

Cedar Hall was announced as winner at the RIDBA Building Awards 2019 held last month at the De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre following an entry submitted by AC Bacon Engineering. We are delighted to have won the Public Services category in this prestigious national competition which was judged overall by a diverse panel including […]

Guest Blog: Teenage Cancer Trust

Judith Anderson, Regional Fundraiser for East Anglia at Teenage Cancer Trust can’t thank Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park enough for being their chosen charity for 2018/19. “This has helped raise the profile of Teenage Cancer Trust and the work that we do. Every 13 to 24 year old diagnosed with cancer has the right to […]

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Old Church Road
Hainford, Norfolk, NR10 3BG