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All reviews worth a visit thought provoking place peaceful place interesting visit lost lives war cemetery cannock chase easy parking kept spotless lovely setting many times no matter new zealand reminder memorial scale german
Eerily quiet compared to our visit to the national arboretum, literally the only people there. I couldn’t get over the fact there were 4 names on each headstone.
Very peaceful spot & a nice area for a walk beyond the graveyard.
Visited this afternoon and it was so peaceful and tranquil - the grounds, graves, flower beds are kept in immaculate condition. It was nice to have time to reflect and pay my respects. Poppy laid on the unnamed soldier
It was easily found even with the satnav misleading us. It covered a large area and we were amazed at the number of graves with two names on the front and two on the back. It was well kept and if you arrive as we...More
Despite being a Service veteran, I have never visited a War Cemetery before. The scale is amazing, both of space and of the peaceful atmosphere. We were given a Talk by a Guide from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, who enlightened us with facts, about...More
We hated them, went to war against them, killed them, but now look after the dead with the utmost respect.
A very humbling and thought provoking place in beautiful peaceful surroundings on Cannock Chase.
The whole cemetery is immaculate and the graves are very well...More
Park your car at the first Commonwealth cemetery. That alone is fascinating, with its rows of white stones. You could be in Flanders.
But walk down the country path leading away from it and you'll stumble onto something totally unexpected. A German war cemetery. The...More
Set amongst the pine trees and expanse of Cannock chase an opportunity to visit a place that makes you think of difficult times in the past. Beautifully kept as a reminder of what the consequences are of WAR.