Friends of Gainsborough • Cemeteries & Chapel

Friends of Gainsborough • Cemeteries & Chapel
(photo source: http://www.friendsofthegeneralcemetery.com)
Cemetery walks telling the stories behind the eight war graves of Royal Flying Corps Officers from 33 Squadron who died in WWI. Also details of the five RAF Officers buried in the cemetery from WWII. There will also be walks detailing the WWI war graves and the sixty recently restored headstones with inscriptions remembering soldiers buried abroad. There will also be details of the artist Pte. John Belton who was killed in action in May 1916. 

More information about the location can be found at this link: Friends of the General Cemetery website.


Postcode: DN21 1HH, click here to find on Google Maps


Open: 19-20th May, Saturday 10am-3pm, Sunday 10am-3pm


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