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This Commonwealth War Grave is a moving and evocative place to visit which I do every remembrance day. What a lovely turn out of Canadian soldiers and the Canadian Eagle Scout who obtained such a special flag to fly there.
Australian, New Zealand, South African...More
I have walked passed this cemetery for 40 years when visiting relatives and never knew this interesting place existed. The information board is very informative and this small corner of the burial ground is well kept and pretty.
Every year, on Remembrance Sunday, a wreath laying ceremony takes place at Orpington war memorial. This is followed by a service in All Saints church and a short act of remembrance at Ivy Millichamp's grave in the church cemetery. Ivy was the last civilian killed...More
This is hardly a tourist attraction, being the burial place of servicemen who died in Orpington Hospital following being wounded in battle and brought here on the railway which runs close by. It is well maintained - as you'd expect - by the Commission and...More
This is a War Graves Cemetery in which are buried the bodies of Canadian servicemen who died in Orpington Hospital during the course of the First World War. As are all War Grave Cemeteries, it is beautifully maintained but unless you have a relative buried...More
Tuck away in the churchyard in Ramsden Road is 'Canada Corner'. Young men that came from thousands of miles away to support the mother land in a futile conflict and paid the supreme sacrifice. Many died in the Canada hospital (now Orpington hospital) long after...More
Part of a cemetery that buried the Canadian veterans who fell in WW2. This is not really an attraction. The grave stones are marked with the brave souls names and regiments. The graves are maintained very well and are respected by the community. Every remembrance...More
This cemetery was very near The Ontario Hospital that during the first world war was No 16 Canadian General Hospital. It also has a few graves from the second world war ant some non war related service graves. Like all war graves it is well...More