Projects

The CWGC was formed over 100 years ago. Every day we work to commemorate the men and women of the Commonwealth who gave their lives and to ensure their sacrifice is not forgotten. Here is some of our latest work.

Read more about The CWGC Wall of Remembrance
The CWGC Wall of Remembrance

Join us in an act of virtual remembrance and remember those Commonwealth men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice during both world wars.

The CWGC Wall of Remembrance
Read more about VJ75: Never Forgotten
VJ75: Never Forgotten

For the 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan (VJ) Day, this series of talks and events explores the contribution of British Commonwealth forces during the Far East campaign of the Second World War.

VJ75: Never Forgotten
Read more about CWGC Live
CWGC Live

Join us every Thursday, live on Facebook, for the next in our range of online talks covering the work of the CWGC and our role in commemorating the 1.7 million Commonwealth war dead.

CWGC Live
Read more about Noor Inayat-Khan: A Woman of Conspicuous Courage
Noor Inayat-Khan: A Woman of Conspicuous Courage

Discover the story of Noor Inayat-Khan, an undercover agent in Nazi-occupied France. Alongside the Girlguiding association, we're telling her story through a digital exhibition at Runnymede Memorial.

Noor Inayat-Khan: A Woman of Conspicuous Courage
Read more about Eyes On, Hands On
Eyes On, Hands On

Find out about our team of volunteers who are caring for the war dead across the UK.

Eyes On, Hands On
Read more about Legacy of Liberation
Legacy of Liberation

Discover the Legacy of Liberation with the CWGC by sharing your story on our sound archive, listening to our podcast and discovering more about the history behind our incredible sites.

Legacy of Liberation
Read more about To The Four Corners
To The Four Corners

Our work began in 1917 in the battlefields of Europe. More than a century later that work continues in over 150 countries and territories.

To The Four Corners
Read more about Aftermath
Aftermath

Discover the incredible story of what happened after the First World War – how, as the guns fell silent, our work began in earnest and how that work shapes the ongoing remembrance of the war dead.

Aftermath
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Read the latest entry in the CWGC blog

Our blog takes you behind the scenes of the CWGC. Hear our stories from staff around the world.

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