Goldcrest Glade.

Part of the original Woodland Burial Ground and sixth to be created; Goldcrest Glade 'joined' us back in the summer of 2011 when it was cleared and started accepting burials.

Like the other early glades, it does comprise of a number of trees, which are primarily poplar and arrangements are in hand to introduce a wider variety of native specimens such as Oak, Willow, Alder etc. This will be done over a number of years but in the meantime, the poplars have matured nicely and provide their own unique character, no more so than when the wind blows.

Glade Information

The site was consecrated on 7th June 2007 and officially became a glade in the summer of 2011.
The glade is closed with all plots in use or reserved.

The site nestles within 60 acres of managed woodland and mainly comprises Poplar trees. The trees have now achieved an impressive level of maturity. The silvery green foliage and rustling leaves give the glade a unique character.

Over the passage of time other native trees will be introduced such as Oak etc and the glade will take on a traditional woodland feel. In the meantime it offers a sanctuary for many different woodland plants and animals which are actively encouraged through good husbandry of the land.