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 bird song and the wonderfully soothing sight of flora and fauna are all around.
Various habitats exist; open wildflower 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.
There are not only major environmental and visitor benefits to Wrottesley Park, it also offers incredible value when comparing prices to traditional cemeteries in the area. There are also no additional fees for those whose address is outside of Wolverhampton. All are welcome, irrespective of location or religious belief, and all pay the same price. Wrottesley Park can be easily accessed from all areas of the Black Country and further afield. The burial ground is situated just off the A41 Holyhead Road between Codsall and Perton. Post Code for Sat Nav is WV8 2HE.
We are able to conduct full body burials, and burials or scatterings of cremated remains at Wrottesley Park. Plots can also be chosen and purchased in advance at today’s price if you wish. For further information or to arrange to meet a member of our team at Wrottesley Park please telephone (0116) 222 0247 or email
Click here for Wrottesly information leaflet.
Satellite Navigation Users
Use one of the locations below:
52.610847° N, –2.205866° W
We are all becoming more environmentally conscious. Greater awareness and understanding of the importance of helping to care for our planet is resulting in people making more environmentally friendly choices.
Natural burial is not just better for the environment, its also often cheaper than traditional burial.
Woodland burial and all manner of natural burial services continue to help and support the bereaved and the environment. Direct natural burial supports the environment whilst helping alleviate funeral poverty and caring for the environment and encouraging nature.
Caring for the environment is key to everything we do. Therefore, we are very proud to have joined The Great Big Green Week which will be taking place countrywide in