Burials - Clarefield Meadow
Burial plots are located in Clarefield Meadow which is a wild flower meadow with surrounding woodlands. Burial plots are marked with a simple engraved slate plaque laid flush to the ground. Many plots hold wild flowers, planted by loved ones or have simply grassed over. Memorial trees such as Oak, Rowan and Hawthorne scatter the meadow, in years to come this will turn the meadow into a thriving woodland and nature reserve. We have three resident deer, who can be often spotted at dusk grazing in the meadow. Our woodlands and surrounding land are home to rabbits, hares, owls, song birds and the occasional buzzard.
To the South of Clarefield Meadow, you will find the pond overlooked by our memorial garden. The pond wildlife thrives in the natural flowers and reeds that grow, with the occasional swan or moorhen being spotted. Grass pathways and woodland walks can be found surrounding Clarefield Meadow,