Once part of the historic Wrottesley Hall parkland on the outskirts of Wolverhampton, Wrottesley Park has been restored to its former glory.
Whilst the burial ground is close to the nearby built up area, visitors immediately feel as if they have been transported to a quiet rural woodland idyll, the sound of birds singing and the wonderfully soothing sight of flora and fauna are all around.
Various different habitats exist; open wild flower meadows visited by butterflies, shaded glades fringed with blackberry bushes, a small pond humming with resident dragonflies.
The whole area is a rich, diverse haven for wildlife, the light touch of careful but respectful management producing a peaceful and inspiring environment in which visitors can pay their respects to departed loved ones or simply reflect and contemplate.
Situated off Wrottesley Park Road near Perton and less than 3 miles from Wolverhampton’s city centre.
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