We are delighted to be able to hold this year’s conference at The Epping Forest Woodland Burial Park. It is set in acres of beautiful mature woodland, with stunning, reciprocal-framed, cedar pavilions, designed by architect Graham Brown.
We would like to extend our thanks to all those who have allowed us to use it for the day and have given us open access to their woodland walks.
During your visit we ask that you are respectful of the tranquil space and other visitors not attending our event. The park and buildings are fully accessible for disabled visitors and wheelchair users.
If you want to find out more about Graham Brown and Peacebuildings or the EFWBP go to our links page. We hope you find the directions easy to follow.
Epping Forest Woodland Burial Park is easily accessible; the park is located just outside North Weald Bassett, close to the M11.
Approaching the park from the M11: exit at Junction 7 and take the A414 (Canes Lane), following the signs to North Weald Bassett. At the junction with the B181 (High Road) turn right and continue to North Weald Bassett where you will find Kiln Road second on your left after the Kings Head public house. The entrance to the Burial Park is past the railway bridge on the right-hand side of the road.
Approaching the park from the Chelmsford area: take the A414 signposted to Harlow. Continue on through Ongar until you reach the Talbot roundabout, with the B181 signposted to North Weald. Turn left onto the B181 and continue through the village. After passing the Kings Head public house on your left, cross the mini roundabout and Kiln Road is the next turning on the left. The entrance to the Burial Park is past the railway bridge on the right-hand side of the road.
Approaching the park from Epping: at the north end of the town, turn right at St. Margaret’s traffic lights onto the B181 (signposted to North Weald). Continue to North Weald, passing the golf course on your right. As you approach the mini roundabout, take the right hand turn just beforehand into Kiln Road. The entrance to the Burial Park is past the railway bridge on the right-hand side of the road.
Epping Forest Woodland Burial Park, Kiln Road, North Weald, Epping, Essex. CM16 6AD