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CWGC opens Information Centre in Europe

CWGC opens Information Centre in Europe

05/05/2017

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has opened its first Information Centre in Western Europe, close to one of its most well-known memorials.

CWGC launches new community project

CWGC launches new community project

22/06/2017

The CWGC will be launching a new and exciting project at Armed Forces Day in Plymouth on Saturday 24 June, in the Veterans Tent from 10am.

Poppies: Wave volunteers needed

Poppies: Wave volunteers needed

15/06/2017

The CWGC is calling on local people to become volunteers at Poppies: Wave, which will open at the CWGC Plymouth Naval Memorial in August.

Appeal For Relatives - June 2017

Appeal For Relatives - June 2017

06/06/2017

An appeal for relatives is a search to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fell in war. Could you be connected to any of these individuals?

Volunteers needed at Poppies: Wave, Plymouth

Volunteers needed at Poppies: Wave, Plymouth

02/06/2017

This is a new opportunity to volunteer at CWGC’s Naval Memorial in Plymouth from 23 August-19 November 2017 to help visitors make the most of their visit to the Poppies: Wave.

War graves gardener picked for Invictus Games

War graves gardener picked for Invictus Games

30/05/2017

Wayne (Harry) Harrod, a CWGC gardener who cares for war graves at a military cemetery in Cambridge, has been selected as a non-traveling reserve to represent Great Britain in cycling at this year’s Invictus Games.

CWGC wins people's choice award for first Gardening Scotland garden

CWGC wins people's choice award for first Gardening Scotland garden

29/05/2017

CWGC along with veterans’ charity Glen Art, and the Wilfred Owen Association have been awarded the people's choice award and a silver medal for this year’s Gardening Scotland (June 2 to 4).  The garden was created to commemorate the CWGC’s centenary and Wilfred Owen’s stay at Craiglockhart in Edinburgh in 1917.