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New Operations Manager At Clandon’s Natural Burial Reserve

Published on: 16 Jan, 2014
Updated on: 16 Jan, 2014

Clandon Wood Surrey Hills Natural Burial Reserve has appointed Fran Hall as its new operations manager.

Fran Hall.

Fran Hall.

Fran is a qualified funeral director and is highly experienced in working with the bereaved. She has an in depth understanding of the funeral industry and has several years experience of managing a natural burial site. She is also an avid supporter of the Natural Death Centre Charity that runs the Association of Natural Burial Grounds, which gives free impartial advice on all aspects of bereavement and funeral arranging.

Fran said: “Coming to Clandon Wood is like coming home. There’s something very special about this place and the people who are working here, it’s not just the beauty of the surroundings that makes it so different to anywhere else, it’s the feeling you get when you come through the gates and are welcomed with such warmth and genuine kindness.

“I am so looking forward to joining Simon, Ailean and the team here at Clandon Wood and becoming part of what they are creating here.”

Located between East and West Clandon, Surrey’s largest natural burial ground is managed as a nature reserve creating wildlife habitats as part of its sustainable management plan. Clandon Wood has 31 acres of wildflower meadows, hundreds of yards of hedgerow, a wetland site and newly planted native trees.

All denominations and beliefs are welcome.

Website or telephone 01483 479614. For information on the Natural Death Centre Charity see its website at

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