Spring Nature Update

I thought I would share some of the essence of the Park. Spring is well underway with the warmer and longer days having brought forth much growth and activity among our local residents. Squirrels have been busy dancing around the tree tops as they perform their annual mating rituals whilst the bluebells slowly bring on […]


GUEST BLOG: PAUL SPINKS, WHITWELL HALL FARMS LTD

I would like to start these ramblings with a confession, I’m addicted to weather forecasts. Whether it be via apps on my phone, Alex Dolan on Look East, local radio reports, online forecasts or any other form I can find, I’m constantly trying to find out what the weather is going to do over the […]


Guest Blog: Julie Hutchin, Heritage Will Writers

As Probate Manager for Heritage Wills my team and I were recently invited to visit Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park to look at the facilities and the services they offer to families. We were struck by the beauty of the surroundings and the peace and quiet as we had a tour of the meadows and […]


Founder Blog: It’s all about the environment

As we look ahead to this year it is also good to reflect on the past twelve months; shaped in particular by two awards endorsing our environmental credentials which we are keen to develop further as we move through 2020. The Cedar Hall was announced as winner of the Public Services category with recognition for […]


FINAL WORD FOR 2019

“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 […]


GUEST BLOG: CHARLOTTE ROBOTHAM, NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL

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 […]


GUEST BLOG: ALEXANDRA HASWELL, NORFOLK & WAVENEY MIND

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 […]


  • A peaceful place to be with your thoughts surrounded by nature. The Woodland Walk a carpet of Bluebells, such a wonderful sight. Looking forward to my next visit. TP
  • A real treasure. The carpet of bluebells are breathtaking. You must visit it to really appreciate the place. The benches are perfect for a quiet 10 minute reflection and listening to the birds. HM
  • This is a beautiful natural option for people. The setting is fabulous and the staff couldn't be more helpful. Well done. HD
  • What a wonderful part of our planet. So calm and peaceful. Mrs S
  • Beautiful bluebell walk with lovely easy access. The dog and I loved it LM
  • Absolutely fantastic, Matthew went above and beyond to cater for me and my partner, fantastic service during a difficult time, would recommend to anyone, thank you BR
  • Everyone is so helpful throughout the whole process of finding a lovely resting place for my mums ashes Thank you to the entire bluebell woods family xxx SB
  • The service Matt and all the other members of staff is exceptional. Just popping in for a walk you are always made welcome. Events like the Bluebell Walk and the Dove Release make it all the more special. Excellent place to go.and reflect. TM
  • What a perfectly peaceful and natural setting this woodland site is & the owners and staff are so friendly and helpful. The woodland walk, when the bluebells are in full bloom, is a breathtaking sight to behold. Whether you want to discuss a final resting place in a natural setting or would just like a peaceful walk in the fresh air, this is the place to go. JB
  • I just wanted to say than you for all your help organising the funeral. Matt was so kind and helped answer all the family's questions. We couldn't wish for a more beautiful plot for Melanie than in the Bluebell Woods. It's a wonderful place to come and reflect. Jack Berrens

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Hainford, Norfolk, NR10 3BG