The Wildflower Meadow is a really special habitat within the Park. This habitat offers separate areas for burials (single depth only) and ash interments. There are some specimen trees such as oak, beech, chestnut and horse chestnut.
The particular draw of environment is the meadow itself, packed with native British wildflower varieties including common bent, crested dogstail, sheep’s fescue, slender creeping red fescue, smaller cat’s-tail, yarrow, common knapp weed, wild carrot, oxeye daisy, birdsfoot trefoil, rib wort plantain, cowslip, self heal, meadow buttercup, common sorrel and bladder campion.
This diverse range of plant life means the place is alive with insects, butterflies and bird life. The meadow is a riot of colour when in bloom, and offers a quintessentially English view of the countryside.
Along the boundary of the meadow we have planted a mixed hedge, mainly hawthorn, to provide additional screening and habitats for the local wildlife.