ABOUT GREENACRES CHILTERN
GreenAcres Chiltern is a unique, natural cemetery and ceremonial park in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside. This special place can be uplifting, even at a time of great sadness.
Our families appreciate the tranquil and beautiful environment, set amidst acres of glorious woodland. They also take great comfort from knowing that this landscape will be sustained, enhanced and preserved for future generations.
We’re sure it’s also a place where you’ll feel comfortable. A place you and your family will want to return to, time and time again, to walk together, share memories and reflect.
Choice. Perfection. Affordability. We understand how important all these factors are when you’re making the important decision about where to lay your loved one to rest.
At GreenAcres Chiltern, we have very few rules, so it’s up to you to decide exactly what you want. Services in our Woodland Hall take many formats. Of course, we’re here to offer support whenever you need us. But where possible, we’ll follow your exact wishes or the plans of your loved one.
Whether you’re looking for a memorial or memorial service, cremation service, burial service followed by a traditional burial, a simple graveside service or to scatter or inter ashes, we’ll help make sure your loved one has the perfect send-off.
GreenAcres Chiltern is divided into a range of different woodland areas. Prices vary across the park according to the location and ease of access. In this way, we ensure it’s open to as many people as possible – irrespective of their budget.
Your family is welcome to visit any time during opening hours. Whether or not your loved one is buried or interred at a GreenAcres park, there are various memorial options available. Just get in touch when you’re ready.
If you need more information, you can download the GreenAcres Chiltern brochure where you’ll find more details about all the services available here.
The virtual tour of GreenAcres Chiltern may also help you appreciate the beauty of this much-loved corner of the English countryside.
We’d love to meet you. So please do contact us to arrange a visit. A member of our team can show you around and answer any questions you may have.
We hope you’ll find these links to other information useful too.
We became engaged in Potkiln Lane in 1957, returning on our 25th anniversary to the same lay-by (it has been filled in now) and proposed again! Married 60 years. I have my husband’s ashes until they can be mixed with mine. Love the grounds in the grounds in the spring with all the primroses
My husband’s funeral took place during lockdown. There were only six people present – myself our daughter, her husband and 3 children. We all came from one household. The team were very accommodating in allowing us to sit near each other and in recording the service so that my daughter in New Zealand could also