Resources for Love Your Burial Ground Week/Churches Count on Nature Events

We hope you’ll have a great time whatever you choose to do! We have put together various links and downloads which may be useful and encourage everyone, young and old to get involved.

Take a look and download whatever is of use to you!

Recording Wildlife

We are encouraging people to use the iNaturalist app this year to record their findings. It’s an excellent app and this page has a variety of links and information on how to use it

Things to Do in Burial Grounds

Burial grounds can be excellent places for education, learning and enjoyable activities. This page has various downloads of activities to do with children

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions about the week

Watch the Love Your Burial Ground Mini-Film

Our mini-film explains how important burial grounds are, and gives you tips on running successful events

Wildflower Spotter's Guide

Print out these sheets to help you identify wildflowers

Welcoming all abilities into your burial ground

This sheet explains the steps that can be taken to make your burial ground as accessible as possible

Marketing Pack

Our Marketing Pack with hints and tips on how to publicise your event

Poster 2024 templates

This is a zip file containing two poster templates  – one for Love Your Burial Ground Week and one for Churches Count on Nature

These are PDF files with an area that you can type into to add the details of your own event

Download Logos to use

This is a zip file which contains the following logos which you are welcome to use on your publicity materials for the week: Love Your Burial Ground Week logo in English and Welsh – suitable for all burial grounds. Churches Count on Nature logo in English and Welsh – suitable for churchyards

Risk Assessment Template

Risk assessment template from the Health and Safety Executive


Health & Safety/Risk Assessment

Read our Action Pack sheet for advice on staying safe and reducing risk. This will help you to complete your Risk Assessment

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