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On a visit to the burial woodland in March, 2014, we were able to capture some of the animals who call the meadow their home, including Red Kites and sheep. The sheep, who graze the meadow, form a crucial part of our sustainable ethos. Whilst there, we also saw some skylarks, jays and woodpeckers, although these seemed more camera shy than the others.
Do visit this spring however and enjoy the birdsong and views. The daffodils are on their way ...
To help answer the question 'what is natural burial?' we've made a short video about what we do. It looks at some of the technicalities of meadow and woodland burials, and the benefits, including those to the people involved and the Earth.
We'll say no more, and leave it to the video to take it from here . . .
We hope you enjoy it, and of course if you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Stories and thoughts from Elaine and James.
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