Recent news from Humber Woodland
We are absolutely over the moon to have been awarded The Best Natural Burial Ground in West Britain 2018 by the Association of Natural Burial Grounds. This award is particularly special to us as it has been awarded based on feedback from families that have their loved ones buried at Humber Woodland of Remembrance. We [...]
We had a lovely sunny day for our Open Day on Sunday 10th June. Humber Woodland was looking its best with lots wild flowers in full bloom. Oak Tree Funeral Services and stone carver Caitriona Cartwright attended and were available to chat with visitors. We had a couple of handmade affordable coffins for people to [...]
We will be holding an Open Day at Humber Woodland of Remembrance on Sunday 10 June 2018, 2 – 6pm. We invite you to visit Humber Woodland to experience our lovely peaceful location, view our selection of grave markers and locally made eco-friendly coﬃns, and learn more about what we do. For more details of [...]
Don’t lay me in some gloomy churchyard shaded by a wall
Where the dust of ancient bones has spread a dryness over all,
Lay me in some leafy loam where, sheltered from the cold
Little seeds investigate and tender leaves unfold.
There kindly and affectionately, plant a native tree
To grow resplendent before God and hold some part of me.
The roots will not disturb me as they wend their peaceful way
To build the fine and bountiful, from closure and decay.
To seek their small requirements so that when their work is done
I’ll be tall and standing strongly in the beauty of the sun.
Reproduced by kind permission of Pam Ayres, from her book Surgically Enhanced