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A rededication service will be held at CWGC Menin Road South Military Cemetery in Ieper, Belgium, at 2pm for Private Cecil Henry Burns, of 46th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, and Driver Henry Martin Comerford, of 5th Field Artillery Brigade, Australian Imperial Force.

22 April 2018, 06:00 - 07:00

New Zealand ANZAC Dawn Service

The service at Le Quesnoy Communal Cemetery Extension will remember the sacrifice made by New Zealand soldiers who served in this region during the First World War. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

22 April 2018, 09:00

Zeebrugge commemorations

Ecumenical church service at the St. Donaas Church followed by ceremony and wreath laying service at Zeebruge Churchyard.

25 April 2018, 16:30 - 17:00

New Zealand ANZAC Day Service

The service at Berks Cemetery Extension will remember the sacrifice made by New Zealand soldiers who served in this region during the First World War. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

25 April 2018, 05:30

ANZAC Day commemoration

Wreath laying at Delhi War Cemetery and Memorial organised by the Australian High Commission.

25 April 2018, 05:00 - 08:00

ANZAC Day ceremony

A ceremony will be held at Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery and Australian Memorial to mark Anzac Day.

25 April 2018, 06:00 - 07:00

ANZAC Dawn Service

The service at Buttes New British Cemetery and the New Zealand Memorial will remember the sacrifice made by New Zealand and Australian soldiers who served in this region during the First World War. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

25 April 2018, 06:15

ANZAC Day commemoration

The annual Dawn Service to commemorate the landing of Australian and New Zealand troops on the Gallipoli Peninsula on the 25 April 1915, will be held at Kranji War Cemetery in Singapore.

A rededication service will be held at CWGC Tyne Cot Cemetery in Belgium for Private William Guest, of 33rd Battalion Australian Imperial Force.

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Monday 23 April will mark 100 years since the Zeebrugge Raid. One of the most celebrated episodes of the First World War at sea, the Royal Navy attempted to block the Belgian port and prevent the German navy from using it. More than 200 sailors and marines were killed and over 300 wounded. The dead are commemorated by the CWGC at sites in the UK and in Belgium, including Zeebrugge Churchyard which will be visited by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal over the weekend.

Today (18 April) is the International Day for Monuments and Sites, which aims to raise public awareness about the diversity and vulnerability of the world’s built monuments and heritage sites and the efforts required to protect and conserve them. We have asked the Commission’s conservation team to tell us about four of CWGC’s impressive, but lesser-known sites from around the world. Which one would you like to visit? Vote in our Twitter Poll.

A burial service was held at the Commission’s New Irish Farm Cemetery this morning for Captain H J I Walker and six unknown soldiers, more than 100 years after their death.