Meet the team
Hello, I’m Megan and I’m the Senior Public Engagement Coordinator. I manage our country-wide team of Public Engagement Coordinators, but I am also responsible for the South, South East and London Regions.
In 2018, I began my career with CWGC as an intern based at Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium, which is the largest CWGC cemetery in the world. Now, in the South East region, I am responsible for engaging the public with the largest site in Great Britain, Brookwood Military Cemetery.
My great-great grandfather was killed in action during the First World War and is commemorated on Le Touret Memorial in France. Learning more about his life and researching the battalion records is what first ignited my interest in the work of the CWGC. At events and talks I am now able to help others research their relatives that have died in the World Wars, a task that always provokes an emotional reaction which has stayed with me.
A personal highlight for me was the launch of the Noor Inayat Khan digital exhibition at Runnymede Air Forces Memorial. It was fantastic to see the young women of the Girlguiding Association so engaged with Noor’s remarkable story and the work she undertook as an SOE agent.
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Hi, I’m Kevin and I’m the Regional Operations Coordinator for the South, South East and London Regions. I have always had an interest in history and was always reading. I was given a copy of Courage Remembered by Ward and Gibson and this fuelled an interest in War Graves in the Britain. I had visited sites in the Netherlands, including Oosterbeek, and spent time in the cemetery there.
I never really thought of ever joining the CWGC but after 25 years in the Ambulance Service I was looking for a complete change. When I saw a job with the Commission advertised a few years ago on Facebook I jumped at the chance and applied.
For me my work allows me to play a part in continuing the CWGC story. I am aware I am a gate keeper for a short while but knowing I am involved in keeping the stories and memory’s alive until I hand the job over to the next person is a privilege.
For me personally the most enjoyable part of my job is watching a headstone being installed on a new commemoration for the first time. Giving the casualty their name back.
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St. Pancras Cemetery & Islington Cemetery and Crematorium stand side by side in north London. Over a million people are buried here, including more than 1,120 service personnel of the World Wars.St. Pancras Cemetery & Islington Cemetery and Crematorium