Fuss-free simple burial in Cambridge

Charles Cowling

Woodland Wishes



We send our best wishes to Tracy O’Leary as she launches her simple, fuss-free burial service, Woodland Wishes, for the people of Cambridgeshire. Her service allows for as much involvement by families as they want. We like the unstuffy text on her website

Tracy’s an old friend of the GFG. She heads up the Winterwillow coffin enterprise, an initiative of the Wintercomfort charity, which supports those who are homeless or at risk of losing their homes by offering them basic amenities, opportunities for educational development and recreation, and a range of services designed to help them achieve greater autonomy.” 



Roger Fowle, a Winterwillow tutor


Tracy OLeary

8 thoughts on “Fuss-free simple burial in Cambridge

  1. Charles Cowling

    Good luck Tracy you doing fantastic with all the time and work you put into this all the best for the future .

    Charles Cowling
  2. Charles Cowling
    Tracy O'Leary

    Thank you all very much for your support and kind wishes.

    I will be giving regular updates on Woodland Wishes facebook page, so please ‘like’ if you can to keep you up to date with our feature news and progress.

    Charles Cowling
  3. Charles Cowling

    Excellent! Plain and simple, open, honest and ethical – who needs anything more? Lucky Cambridge! Good luck Tracy.

    Charles Cowling
  4. Charles Cowling
    Mark Elliott & Ann.L

    All the very best to you from Mark and all at Mark Elliott Funeral Services

    Charles Cowling
  5. Charles Cowling
    Charles Cowling

    Completely and wholeheartedly agree with both of you!!

    Charles Cowling
  6. Charles Cowling

    The lovely Tracy, soooooo the right person to be doing this.

    She gets it.

    All our best wishes to you.

    From your friends at the NDC.

    Charles Cowling
  7. Charles Cowling

    lucky people of cambridge!! wishing everyone involved great success with woodland wishes (makes me think of lots of cute little disney animals scurrying around carrying flowers and hopping onto the shoulders of the bereaved!)

    Charles Cowling

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