With the help of the Girlguiding Association, the Commonwealth War Graves Foundation is telling the story of Noor Inayat-Khan. Visit Runnymede Memorial and explore our interactive exhibition.
CWGC War Graves Week 2022 21st-28th May
War Graves Week is our annual awareness week that aims to encourage communities to come together and discover the World War heritage on their doorstep.
Ordinary People Extraordinary Times
Many of the men and women who fought and died in the two world wars came from, and are commemorated in your local community in cemeteries or named on memorials built and maintained by the CWGC. Learn more about them this War Graves Week. Try our interactive app and see who you could have been.SEE WHO COULD YOU HAVE BEEN
WAR GRAVES WEEK EVENTS
There are many events happening across the UK and Europe. Discover the CWGC cemeteries and memorials in your local area, learn about our work and remember the servicemen and women who died during the world wars and are buried or commemorated on your doorstep.SEE ALL WAR GRAVES WEEK 2022 EVENTS
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There is a wealth of world war history across the United Kingdom. From large CWGC war cemeteries and memorials to single headstones in remote churchyards, you're never far from one of our sites. For more information on our current tour programme please use the button below.CWGC tour information
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of Kilchoman Military Cemetery