If you haven't been able to visit the meadow, or if you'd like to see those views once more, this video looks around the burial ground, its beautiful mature trees, the memorial shelter, and takes you to glimpses within the panoramic view across The Vale of Glamorgan and the city of Cardiff.
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On a sunny March morning, we visited Bath Natural Burial Meadow to meet three families and help them plant their memorial trees. These were planted in the orchard we are restoring there, that is on the left as you enter the burial ground.
The apple trees play a crucial role in what we are trying to achieve at the meadow at Bath - to maintain Midford's, and the Cotswolds', natural beauty. Each new tree and burial also safeguards the site against future development.
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At a funeral, everyone you know and love takes time to say their goodbyes. So why rush it?
Choosing a natural burial means you have as much time as you need. There's no need to cut down the speeches, everyone can say their piece, and you can play that favourite song all the way through.
Families have spoken to us after being at one of our natural burial grounds and have told us how poignant the ceremony was 'compared to cremations'. By taking their time, they found the day was more fulfilling, and that they had been able to organise a service to truly reflect the person who had died.
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