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Limberlost Corner


Limberlost Corner is an area that is found to the north of Harbour Lodge, the car park and the gravel path that leads away from it. This area is of particular benefit to families who need easyaccess from the car park. Plots are available for burial or for cremated remains and are all charged as Standard rate. Limberlost Corner is the closest point to the main road and as such there is a constant awareness of the world outside. Even so, rabbits can be seen along the borders at all times of the day and in turn this often attracts the attention of Buzzards.

Thehedgerows are part mature and part new and are very attractive during summer months. Planted in 2005 and 2008 with a variety of deciduous and evergreen trees, Limberlost Corner is fast becoming attractive woodland. Generally in this area the grass is allowed to grow freely and during early summer an attractive meadow is found with some interesting wild flowers. Paths are cut into the meadow and the burial areas are in open glades which are mown regularly.

Limberlost Corner will appeal to families who appreciate nature and wildlife but like the reassurance of being close to their car and to outside life. The following pictures demonstrate the Limberlost area at different times of the year. The first set of pictures are taken from a similar standpoint in Spring, Summer and Autumn.

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Limberlost Corner is an area that is found to the north of Harbour Lodge, the car park and the gravel path that leads away from it. This area is of particular benefit to families who need easy access from the car park. Plots are available for burial or for cremated remains and are all charged as Standard rate. Limberlost Corner is the closest point to the main road and as such there is a constant awareness of the world outside. Even so, rabbits can be seen along the borders at all times of the day and in turn this often attracts the attention of Buzzards. The hedgerows are part mature and part new and are very attractive during summer months.

Planted in 2005 and 2008 with a variety of deciduous and evergreen trees, Limberlost Corner is fast becoming attractive woodland. Generally in this area the grass is allowed to grow freely and during early summer an attractive meadow is found with some interesting wild flowers. Paths are cut into the meadow and the burial areas are in open glades which are mown regularly.

Limberlost Corner will appeal to families who appreciate nature and wildlife but like the reassurance of being close to their car and to outside life.

Please click on the 'Watch our Video' button on the right hand side to watch a short video, showing a tour of this area of Harbour View.