Monthly Archives: August 2014

More mature tree losses

Unfortunately two large Beech trees on the Broad Lane boundary were damaged by a serious shed fire some time ago. The  two trees have been fatally affected and despite the efforts of the Tree Officers  we have been told that … Continue reading

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Latest development of WW1 Memorial Island

We reported on this blog that Bereavement Services were hoping to create a WW1 Memorial Garden on the site of what was formerly known as ‘Oak Tree Island’. As you can see from our photograph, the actual Memorial is now … Continue reading

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Heritage Open Event – Saturday 13th September

The Friends of Brandwood End Cemetery and BCC Bereavement Service staff invite you to join them at a WW1 Heritage Open Event on Saturday 13th September between 11am and 2pm. The days’ activities include:  grave walks led by FBEC members, … Continue reading

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‘Roadworks’ at last!

For many months now we have been awaiting the commencement of work on the pot holes along the cemetery drives.  Earlier this week our Chairwoman got really excited as, from her house, she could hear the sound of heavy plant engines … Continue reading

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1914 Trail

On Saturday the 9th of August the Park Ranger Service will be leading a walk starting at Brandwood End Cemetery. There will be a very brief talk about the Cemetery and the part it played in the Great War and … Continue reading

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