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Education and Public Engagement

Our objective is to make sure that our sites – from individual scattered graves to cemeteries and memorials - are visited and explored as a permanent part of local and national heritage within the UK.

Today, over a century after we first began, our work continues through our staff, supporters and volunteers who preserve our unique cultural, horticultural and architectural heritage and ensure that the stories of those who died in the First World War and Second World War are told.

We aim to actively engage new audiences and find innovative ways to involve the whole community with our work – through education and outreach, voluntary activity, arts and heritage projects, local research and partnership working. We aim to increase local awareness of CWGC sites across the UK.

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Learning Resources

Find education resources for use in the classroom, in a cemetery or on battlefield visits, as well as guidance and aids to family historians.

Learning Resources
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Public Engagement

Our Public Engagement team is responsible for all forms of engagement in the UK with the aim of raising awareness of the Commonwealth War Graves on a local and global level.

Public Engagement
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Book a talk or tour

We aim to connect with schools, colleges, universities and many other social and community groups to explain about the work of the CWGC and share the stories of the men and women that we commemorate.

Book a talk or tour
Become a Commonwealth War Graves Foundation Member today
Become a Commonwealth War Graves Foundation Member today

As a CWGF member, you'll help keep their stories alive for future generations

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