Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park is a very special, beautiful and unique natural burial ground home to a newly planted woodland, wildflower meadow and the stunning old bluebell woodland that’s history goes back for centuries. Located in the parish of Hainford, seven miles north of Norwich in glorious Norfolk, Bluebell Wood Burial Park is a peaceful and perfectly suited burial ground and final resting place where loved ones from all over the county can easily visit and spend some precious time reflecting in a tranquil setting.
Captivated by the ancient bluebell wood and its carpet of millions of dainty blue spring blooms Andrew and Caroline Morton founded the burial park, and created a “calming oasis connecting people to nature”
“A tranquil setting for a loved one to be laid to rest, a place for retreat; to be alone to reflect on memories left behind.
Andrew Morton whose family have been living and farming in Norfolk for three generations has fulfilled a seven year vision by creating Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park. The park is a reflection of his passion for enabling loved ones to gain the best experience possible in their time of need and his firm belief that this beautiful environment should be availiable to everyone in the community now and for many years to come.
We at Millar West are proud to have been chosen to supply furniture to such a beautiful and peaceful setting for loved ones to remember their precious family members.