Set in 72 acres of beautiful mixed woodland close to Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire, Chiltern Woodland Burials offers the stunning facilities you would expect make this one of the most idyllic places for a very special goodbye.
Chiltern Woodland Burial Park was officially opened on June 15th 2009 by Angela Rippon, our buildings were dedicated the previous month at an interfaith service led by the Bishop of Buckingham, with representatives from all churches and faiths, civil celebrants and Humanists. As Custodians of this wood, we are working in partnership with The Forestry Commission at this site – our woodland management plan is designed to gradually restore this woodland to the splendour of an entirely native wood. Already there is an increase in the number of species inhabiting the woodland, with a profusion of bluebells, foxgloves and forget-me-nots during the Spring and Summer months.
We are also proud of the work we do with the community. Inviting local schools to the woodland, holding an annual BBQ for the child bereavement charity, educational evenings about our conservation and work to local groups, sponsoring and supporting local community events, and supporting local churches.
We are a living active woodland, and we are passionate about what we do.