Interior of Willow Row Barrow, Cambridgeshire
Single Niche with Felt Urn

What's Inside the Barrow?

Niche Options available at Willow Row Barrow

Cambridgeshire: Willow Row Barrow

Nestling next to the village of Hail Weston, near St Neots, is Sacred Stones’ flagship barrow, Willow Row. Named after the willow trees that fringe the nearby brook, it's a peaceful haven for wildlife.
The barrow is a meaningful final resting place for cremation ashes, inspired by the ancient burial mounds of our prehistoric ancestors. The stone structure, 'a circle within a circle' is a monument of magnificent craftsmanship. The walls feature 390 niches for the cremation urns, candle light provides illumination.
Outside, the insulating, protective earthen roof ensures the interior is dry, peaceful and quiet, as befits a final resting place.
Unlike any other commemorative facility in the country Willow Row Barrow is hand crafted, offers varying terms (all renewable), allows families to pass the niche from generation to generation, and there is no restriction on how many sets of ashes are placed into a niche.

Here's a testimony from one of our first visitors:
'My husband and I saw Willow Row featured on Anglia TV and were very interested. We visited the site on the next open day and were so impressed with the very high standard of workmanship inside and outside. As soon as we entered the barrow we knew this was where we wanted our ashes to be placed when that time comes. The thought that our ashes will be together is very pleasing as we have been together in life for nearly 60 years. The site is so peaceful and we're so happy we decided to purchase a double niche'
Willow Row niche owners from St. Neots. 
Directions/Map to Willow Row Barrow the Postcode is PE19 5JX
Meet the Squire family and find out why they wanted to have a barrow built on their land.