The Eternal Forest Trust - Links

The Eternal Forest Trust Ltd.
Company Number: 5163451 Charity Number: 1110801
  Trees for Life: a must visit for anyone interested in, or nuts about, trees!

International Tree Foundation: established 80 years, this the ITF works towards a world richer in trees, by planting, preserving and educating people on the value of trees worldwide.  A UK registered charity,  ITF members work in their local communities and on a global scale, ITF tree planting grants help the world's poorest environments and societies.

Long Wood Community Woodland, Lampeter:

Netzkraft: International network of persons and groups who commit themselves - socially, politically, ecologically or spiritually:

Natural Matters...

Common Circle Education offers permaculture courses.

Natural health and lifestyle green living directory

Greenfield Creations 'The home of creative, eco-friendly ideas'

CAT - Centre for Alternative Technology The pioneering centre dedicated to all technologies that help us live in harmony with our planet.  The centre shows these technologies in action and has an education facility that helps disseminate such information to all who are interested.

UK Pagan Links: what it says in the title! A comprehensive site with with an A-Z of related links.

The Green Providers Directory: a large site providing a huge, not-for-profit resource for finding green, organic and fair trade goods and services. The site features links to renewable energy suppliers, organic health and beauty products, fair trade clothing, gifts and household goods, ethical careers and a wide range of services including carbon offsetting, sustainable building, lift sharing and paper recycling.

Wildlife & Countryside Services: a vast site with information on everything from wildlife gardening to woodland management to ecological consultancy and environmental education - a valuable resource indeed.

Geyser Heat Pump - Save on your water energy bills with energy efficient geyser heat pumps.

Sites with local relevance to Boduan Sanctuary Wood... A local website containing all the information you might need when planning a trip to the Llyn Peninsula, or indeed, to Boduan Sanctuary Wood!
Sites with information on Death, Dying and Burials...

More to death e-magazine -

Howard Kimberley, non-religious ceremony organiser:

The Natural Death Centre offers information about woodland burials, do-it-yourself burials, coffins, ceremonies and legal issues, and advice on all aspects of death, bereavement and burial.

The Association of Natural Burial Grounds (ANBG) was established by The Natural Death Centre in 1994.  Its aims and objects have remained unchanged.  It seeks to assist people in the process of establishing sites, to provide guidance to burial ground operators and to represent its members as a whole, and, not least, the Association has a Code of Practice for members thus providing the public with assurance as to long-term security.

What to do after a death in England and Wales Very useful and detailed information (in PDF format) of everything that you might need to know, or to do, when somebody you know dies.

General Register Office: direct to the Register of Births, Deaths and Marriages.

The Bereavement Register: an organisation that will remove from databases and mailing lists the details of people who have died.

The Bereavement Services Portal: a very useful website offering links to cemetaries, crematoria, for trade and personal purposes.  They also have a wonderful page where you can put up an on-line memorial dedicated to your loved one.

Cancer Backup: an excellent website, very sensitively written, providing an immense amount of information on everything you might need to know about cancer from the point of view of a sufferer, loved one, family member or trusted friend.
Advancedcancer/Dyingwithcancer/ Afterdeath

Free Bereavement Support: Otrib, an on-line support community for people who have suffered loss of a friend or loved one.

Cruse Bereavement Support: an organisation dedicated to promoting the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. The organisation provides counselling and support.

Liferites Pagan Funerals: a non-religious organisation, offering celebrants for all rites of passage, including funerals.

British Humanist Association: a well-known, non-religious organisation representing an approach to life based on humanity and reason.  They have afficiants for all of life's ceremonies, including funerals.

Earthgiven: an organisation who specialise in helping people plan and perform their own unique celebrations and ceremonies whatever the ceremony might be.

Much Loved A registered charity that helps you create a unique and beautiful memorial website to commemorate the life of a loved one.

Eco-Coffins and Caskets and Burial Shrouds

Local Accommodation...

Rhos y Foel: B& B, Tents and Tourers

Plas Bodegroes: a beautiful restaurant situated in its own grounds on the Llyn Peninsula. Plas Bodegroes, a 5-star establishment (Welsh Tourist Board), it also boasts stars from both the Michelin & Egon Ronay guides.

Y Bryncynan - good for Funeral Teas Local Inn, close to Boduan Sanctuary Wood at Morfa Nefyn.  Peaceful establishment, with conservatory, serving refreshments - ideal for Funeral Teas.  Proprietors, Gina & Dennis Moore; 01758 720879.

Nefyn Holidays: a local, family run agency with years of experience in sourcing local cottages to stay.  Be they coastal or rural, very picturesque or just somewhere to stay if you need to be up here for more than a night - there is a wide range of choice.


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