Delville Wood Cemetery is the final resting place of more than 5,500 servicemen of the First World War.


Longueval is a village 11 kilometres east of Albert. Delville Wood Cemetery is east of the village and on the south side of the road from Longueval to Ginchy.

Visitor Facilities

  • Car Park

    There is a visitors car park and another car park at the South African Forces Museum.



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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The CWGC War Graves App is a great application for anyone planning a trip to our war cemeteries, for those just curious to find war graves near them, or for those who want to remember the 1.7 million Commonwealth servicemen and women who died in the two world wars.

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Other featured cemeteries & memorials

Theipval Memorial

Thiepval Memorial

The memorial commemorates more than 72,000 men of British and South African forces who died in the Somme sector before 20 March 1918 and have no known grave.

Forceville Communal Cemetery and extension.

Forceville Communal Cemetery and extension

The cemetery extension was one of the first CWGC sites to be built after the First World War. There are more than 300 graves of servicemen from the First World War here.

Arques-la-Bataille British Cemetery

The cemetery contains the graves of nearly 400 servicemen of the First World War, many of which were members of the South African Native Labour Corps (SANLC).