This booklet is full of fun activities for young explorers, writers, and artists. Get inspired by visiting one of our cemeteries or memorials and discover more about the work that we do, the people we commemorate and to help us ensure that they are always remembered.Get the CWGC Activity Book
Get involved with War Graves Week
If you're not able to make it to one of our War Graves Week events, we'd love for you to visit one of your local CWGC sites instead. We've put together some resources to help you make the most of your visit.
War Graves Week toolkit
Want to get involved in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s (CWGC) first ever War Graves Week? Everything
in our toolkit is designed to help you get involved and promote our first national awareness week.
Go on a tour of one of our sites
We've created these downloadable guides for some of our largest sites around Great Britain. Each guide will give you the history of the site as well as the stories of some of the casualties commemorated there and some interesting features to keep an eye out for. Download a copy to take with you the next time you visit.
Discover our How To Research guides
These bitesize guides are designed to help you research an individual who died in the First World War. Firstly, you will need to decide who you will research… this might be a relative, or you could choose a name from a local war memorial, or you might select a name from a Commonwealth War Graves (CWGC) headstone in one of our cemeteries, or within a parish churchyard local to you.
These guides will take you step by step through your initial research, showing you how to search the CWGC records and archives before making suggestions about where to discover additional information online.