The Woodland Meadow is a truly unique habitat. This combination of meadow next to woodland is quite rare nowadays, where cattle would once graze on the meadow under the shade of the trees.
For that reason it is a very rich habitat. Certain insects need to feed on dead wood in the trees before coming out to find nectar as they grow into adulthood. This unique combination of food sources means the meadow is a riot of insects, which in turn supports a range of birds.
You can enjoy views of this unique environment from our Cedar Hall, which has beautiful vistas across the fields and woodland.
Burials are permitted in the Woodland Meadow, along with ash interment. The unique landscape makes it a very special resting place, and brings joy to many of the visitors who come to pay their respects.