Forceville Communal Cemetery and Extension has more than 300 graves of servicemen of the British Empire from the First World War.
Forceville is a village some 10 kilometres north-west of Albert on the road to Doullens. The Communal Cemetery and Extension lie to the west of the village of Forceville, 20 kilometres from Doullens and 10 kilometres from Albert, on the D938, the main road between these two places.
Wheelchair access to this site is possible, but maybe by alternative entrance. For further information regarding wheelchair access, contact our enquiries deptartment on 01628 634221.
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