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Bargoed Natural Burials, Saron, Llandysul
Bargoed Natural Burials is a business owned and managed by Keith Hall with assistance from his mother, Sally Hall. The burial site is on around 7 acres within a 20-acre nature reserve.
 
The reserve consists of woodland areas and wildflower meadows. It is part of the family farm, which has been managed mainly for wildlife for nearly thirty years.  The creation of a natural burial site was considered to be an appropriate way of helping to safeguard the land for wildlife habitat for the future, as well as following on with their ethos of helping to protect the environment.  The natural burial site is on two of four fields that were planted with over eighteen thousand indigenous trees in 2012.
 
For well over fifty years Sally has been a keen environmentalist and passionate about wildlife. She regularly monitors flora and fauna on the farm, reporting results to the BTO, Garden Moth Scheme, Butterfly Conservation, RSPB and WWBIC.  She co-founded the Association for Environmental Conscious Building in 1989. Keith was brought up to respect and protect the environment and our precious flora and fauna. They live a low impact lifestyle at the farmhouse. This was completely renovated in 1994 using high levels of insulation and safe, healthy materials. It is run on renewable power (solar, wind and water).

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Contact Keith Hall

Site Address Saron

Town Llandysul

County Carmarthesnhire

PostCode SA44 5EJ

Telephone 01559 370798

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