Recent news from Humber Woodland
For your information on Monday 11th March and Tuesday 12th March we will be making improvements to the track at Humber Woodland, so it will be completely out of use. Of course, you are welcome to visit Humber Woodland, but cars will need to be parked to the right as you drive in. Thank you [...]
The Beautiful Burial Ground Project is coming to Humber Woodland of Remembrance. The project aims to inspire and support people to find out more about their burial grounds, their heritage and wildlife. Come and learn how to identify wild flowers and plants at this natural burial ground site with plant expert Rob Rowe on 11th [...]
We hope you will be able to join us at the Hop Kiln on Saturday 30th March 2019, 10am to 3pm, to purchase some native wild flowers to plant on a loved ones’ grave. The Hop Kiln at Risbury Court (HR6 0NG).
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