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Type of Website: Cemetery

'The Cemetery Friends give their time clearing and maintaining areas, often working with local ecology groups to maintain a balance between wildlife and heritage. Friends may also provide guided wa ...
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Category Cemeteries

'Belfast City Cemetery is one of the oldest public cemeteries in Belfast. It was purchased in 1866 by Belfast Corporation (now the council) and was officially opened on 1 August 1869 as th ...
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Category Belfast City

'The Bromsgrove Cemetery was built in 1858. Over the last six years the Bromsgrove Society has been working in association with the District Council and other historical and herit ...
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Category Bromsgrove

'A booklet called "Greenock Cemetery Walks" (created by East End Advisory, funded by Inverclyde Council) includes a map, and gives details of upwards of fifty of the memorials. Although space does ...
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Category Inverclyde

'Take a guided walk, learn how to carve a spoon or chisel stone, discover why seemingly dead trees are cities for wildlife, or experience the magic of Abney after dark at one of our unique events.' ...
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Category Hackney

Trails for purchase include: [1] Deadly Bristol Trail - - - : [2] The Secret Cemetery Trail - - - : [3] Sculpture Trail - - - : [4] Howard's Trail - - - : [5] Makers of Bristol Trail


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Category Bristol

'The Cemetery, which is laid out in picturesque style, is on a hillside site with views over Bedford and the Great Ouse Valley. Features include a red-brick Gothic entrance lodge, paired ch ...
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Category Bedford

'Brompton Cemetery, consecrated by the Bishop of London in June 1840, is one of the Britain's oldest and most distinguished garden cemeteries. The cemetery is Grade I Listed on the English ...
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'Bunhill today is a popular lunchtime spot for office workers wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of the surrounding City.'


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Category Islington

Nature Trails 'The Cemetery hosts Walking Nature Tours conducted by the WREN Conservation and the Wanstead Wildlife groups. These tours last for approximately one ...
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Category Newham

'Mature specimen trees are prominent features of Flaybrick. Cut leaf Beech, Silver Pendent Lime, Caucasian Lime, London Plane and Monkey Puzzle to name just a few made a good starting point for the ...
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Category Wirral

'The Cemetery is valued by Plymothians, not only as a place of burial and remembrance, steeped in history, but also as a haven of peace, tranquillity and quiet recreation. Here it is possible to co ...
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Category Plymouth

'We look after Belgrave Cemetery, Saffron Hill Cemetery, Welford Road Cemetery and Gilroes Cemetery and Crematorium. We also provide burial, cremation and memorial facilities for the people of Leic ...
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Category Leicester

[1] The East Cemetery is where Karl Marx is buried. Visitors may roam freely on this side, but there is an entrance charge - - - : [2] Admission to the West Cemetery is by guided ...
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Category Haringey

'This Trail has been kindly provided by Leo Baeck College and the Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, and is a tour of the Hoop Lane Reform Cemetery in their new booklet, "A History in our Time - R ...
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Category Barnet

'Kensal Green was designed in the spirit of an English country park, to plans including those of Richard Forrest, a landscape gardener whose aristocratic connections included Eaton Hall, C ...
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Category Brent

'The cemetery is a wonderful and peaceful green space with a long and interesting history. It is full of stories and has quiet reflective spaces. You can sit and think or wander and catch a glimpse ...
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Category Lancaster

'The greatest contribution the site makes is to the quality of life of local people. It is valued as a place for quiet reflection and informal contact with wildlife.'


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Category Middlesbrough

'The Friends of Nunhead Cemetery (FONC) exists to represent all those with an interest in the cemetery. The group seeks to promote the conservation and appreciation of the cemetery as a pl ...
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Category Southwark

'Between these main walks are minor paths in a grid-pattern. In the north-west part three radial main paths extend from the chapels in the centre, the north-east one being the approach from the mai ...
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Category Brent

'The site has a varied network of paths that take you on a tour around wonderful woodlands taking in unique and special wildflower meadows. On your tour you will see many birds, butterflies and pla ...
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Category Tower Hamlets

'Within the grounds, a series of interpretation panels provide the visitor with information about: [1] Joseph Brotherton, Salford's first MP - - - : [2] Sir Charles Halle, founder of the Halle Orch ...
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Category Salford

'The guide and accompanying map can also be followed on an iPad, iPhone or other smartphone, which will allow you to view the links to relevant documents and images during your walk.'


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Category Darlington

'FOWNC aims to increase knowledge and appreciation of West Norwood Cemetery. We hold general tours on the first Sunday of every month, special themed tours of the cemetery during the summe ...
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Category Lambeth

The Friends of York Cemetery organize a series of 'Guided Walks and Events' throughout the year.


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Category York

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