VISIT

The cemetery is near a village called Boezinge.

Location

Boezinge is a village in the province of West Flanders, north of Ieper on the Diksmuidseweg road (N369). From the station turn left into M.Fochlaan and go to the roundabout, then turn right and continue to the next roundabout. Turn left and drive to the next roundabout and then turn right into Oude Veurnestraat. At the roundabout turn left onto the Diksmuidseweg, and follow the road under the motorway bridge; the Cemetery will be found on the right hand side of the road.

Visitor Facilities

  • Accessibility

    Wheelchair access to this cemetery is possible using the gate left, at the back of the cemetery. The gate is always open and gives access to the gravelled path leading to the cemetery.

  • Car Park

    There is a parking area next to the cemetery.


Events

Events

CWGC sites around the world host an array of events from open days and exhibitions to commemoration and rededication services throughout the year. 

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