You can find our up to date guidance on funerals, visiting the natural burial ground and coronavirus here...
Our natural burial grounds are open and we are able to offer funerals and burials.
We are also able to offer scatter of ashes, interment of ashes and memorial tree planting where permitted, however you may wish to delay these until a later date when attendance is not limited.
Attendance at funerals is by invite only due to the limited numbers that can attend funerals at present. If attending a funeral your details may be requested for test and trace.
Please do not attend funerals or visit the natural burial ground if you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in contact with or living with someone experiencing symptoms until safe to do so.
More information on funeral attendance and visits to our natural burial grounds can be found below.
We have also updated added our details to the test and trace app you scan find the NHS QR Codes for our natural burial grounds in Wales and England here.
England - Information for Bath, Aylesbury Vale and Henley-On-Thames.
Scotland - Information for Hundy Mundy Scottish Borders, Delliefure Cairngorms and Cothiemuir Hill, Aberdeenshire.
Wales - Information for Usk Castle Chase, Cardiff and the Vale and Pembrokeshire.
We are able to permit visitors to the natural burial grounds however any visitors not part of a funeral party need to ensure that social distancing of at least 2m is adhered to. We recommend that hand sanitiser is used before opening and closing gates, and request that you do not approach funerals or burials that are taking place which follow separate guidance. Further guidance on using green spaces safely as visitors can be found below:
Further information and links to current funeral and visitor guidance can be found at https://www.leedam.com/coronavirus.html
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