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WarGravesCommission 3h
On Friday, 19 July, a rededication service will be held ’s Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery for seven newly identified Australian soldiers - bringing the number of identified by name since 2010 to 166. Find out more:
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Alexandra Fattore 28m
Verbena bonariensis reaching for the sky on the Norwegian plot St.Andrews Cemetery Jesmond
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Holly Haynes Jul 10
These new teammates asked to go to the CAMT math conference in San Antonio this summer. Thanks to leftover Puster Campout funds from 2018-2019 we were able to send this dynamic duo. What a great opportunity to bond and learn! .
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WarGravesCommission Jul 15
ICYMI: We recently listed three new job positions at locations around the world. We currently have a number of exciting job opportunities open. Take a look at them all, and apply, here:
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Megan Kelleher Jul 15
Many thanks to Woodhall Spa Rotary Club for listening to me talk about the work of this evening. It was lovely to hear about your local links to the CWGC’s work!
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Robert M Ross 16h
Today I was inspecting graves at a number of sites in West Dunbartonshire, including these graves in Dumbarton Cemetery
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John Elliot Jul 8
Newcastle - Byker & Heaton Cemetery. Very pleased with most of our roses in region. Currently on with our 3rd round of spraying this year with
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Ibrahim Jaradah Jul 12
staff planting new flowers at Gaza War Cemetery.
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Filippa Lockwood Jun 19
It was an honour to attend the reburial of an unknown soldier of the South Wales Borderers. Finally laid to rest after over one hundred years.
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Nader Habash Jun 23
Iam glad that after more than 17 years my hand engraving looks like this Iam sure it will last another 100 years
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Max Dutton Jun 18
The headstone of 24 year old Private James McLean of the Gordon Highlanders being engraved. He was killed on 23 September 1915. He’s buried in Fosse 7 Cemetery, France.
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Nader Habash Jun 25
Tomorow we remember Lieutenant Farquhar lye buried in war cemetery
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Alexandra Fattore Jul 9
How come replacing the throttle cable turned out to be easier then trying to refit the plastic cover, several rude words and a broken nail it's finally back on
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Django Maekelberg Jun 13
Manara Indian Muhammadan cemetery, hidden in a communal cemetery, a path that takes you through a labyrinth of graves to find a place of tranquillity and silence.cemetery was developed by the medical unit between 1915/20
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Megan Maltby Jun 26
There are 318 Canadian burials in Bramshott Churchyard. Liphook Junior School celebrate Canada Day every year and the ceremony today was moving and brilliant. Amazing to see 8 year olds so engaged with history.
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Sarah Moody Dec 20
Some winter sunshine in The Gambia. Some may call it a 'busman's holiday' but took the chance to visit the Fajara War Cemetery. Tended with care by gardener Jean-Paul. Really interesting insight into history in this tiny African country.
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Will Reid Apr 16
Today I had the enourmous honour to join the burial service of an Unknown Soldier of the Great War. We the stood beside those who wished to pay their respects in what was a truly fitting ceremony for someone who made the ultimate sacrifice.
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Jane Lawson Jul 3
Off again! this time to beautiful leper to meet with my amazing colleagues. And bother a few cemeteries too!
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Rory Ngah Jun 25
Had a great time attending the official opening of the Experience with my fellow . Almost 3 years in the making, it’s not one to miss!!
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PA Memorial Jul 13
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