This is the woodland burial site. Bodies are buried in simple cardboard coffins that will decompose and allow the corpse to decay naturally. Each grave has a sapling planted above it and in a few decades time there will constitute a small wood, a copse full of corpses as it were. The ecological and non denominational way of disposing of the dead. A friend of mine, dead by cigarette induced lung cancer, was buried in such a grave (in Sheffield as there are many such sites) and I have to say it was a more moving ceremony than his being hummed on a conveyor belt into a gas fired crematorium.. Your view may differ but 'all flesh is grass', one way or the other.
There is a picnic site at the othe end of the path that runs through the burial site - they are otherwise unconnected.