For the third year running Humber Woodland of Remembrance has been awarded The Best Natural Burial Ground in the West Midlands!
We had a beautiful day for wreath making this year, and it was lovely to see so many friendly faces! We were in our shelter in a socially distanced manner, which worked really well. We even had some 'little helpers'! We are over the moon to have raised £190 for [...]
Humber Woodland is a peaceful place to sit and reflect, we have some benches and logs scattered around. We have had some lovely weather this Summer, but we would love a drop of rain. We have started to strim and scythe Humber Woodland, and will be working our way around [...]
We are delighted with our new shelter, and we hope you will like it too! The shelter can be used for holding funerals, or just as a peaceful place to get out of the rain on a wet day. We like to think it blends in with its surroundings, it [...]
Humber Woodland is looking beautiful in the sunshine! We're so sorry that we remain closed to visitors (we are still open for funerals), but we must follow government advice to keep everyone safe. As soon as we can safely open the gates we will. Until then, stay well everyone.
Humber Woodland is looking so pretty at the moment, with lots of Autumn colours! We hope you can join us at one of our Planting Days. They will be on Saturday 26th October and Saturday 2nd November, from 10am to 3pm. Families can join us at the Hop Kiln at [...]
Our scything day was a total success! On Thursday 29th August, we invited Scything Expert David to come to Humber Woodland and give us some training. Our plan is to use scythes to cut the long grass instead of strimming. We were joined by some very keen volunteers, and we [...]