Events at <span>Undercliffe Cemetery</span>Events at <span>Undercliffe Cemetery</span>
Events at Undercliffe Cemetery

Events at Undercliffe Cemetery

Meet 6.30pm at The Lodge for a short tour of the Cemetery 7.30pm start for Open Mic Poetry Tickets via Eventbrite They’re Free but we do ask for a donation Email enquiries to: undercliffecemetery@hotmail.co.uk

The World Premier of this collection of poetry, prose and tales inspired the cemetery. The Undercliffe Cemetery Writers Group, led by best selling author Irene Lofthouse, launches their anthology. Come and hear the stories, meet the writers and buy the book at this free event.

Meet 6.30pm at The Lodge for a short tour of the Cemetery 7.30pm start for Open Mic Poetry Tickets via Eventbrite They’re Free but we do ask for a donation Email enquiries to: undercliffecemetery@hotmail.co.uk

We are hosting two tours on Saturday  June 16th  which gives a glimpse into the symbolism of the motifs and carvings that adorn the Victorian memorials. This tour is led by Marjorie Hopkinson, who has researched and planned the trail, and provides fascinating insight into the Victorian culture of mourning and remembrance  from 1854 onwards.n […]

The second of two tours which gives a glimpse into the symbolism of the motifs and carvings that adorn the Victorian memorials. This tour is led by Marjorie Hopkinson, who has researched and planned the trail, and provides fascinating insight into the Victorian culture of mourning and remembrance  from 1854 onwards.n The twenty six acres […]

Undercliffe Alive! Poets Society. Poetry Picnic* Meet 6.30pm at The Lodge for a short tour of the Cemetery 7.30pm start for an Open Air Celebration of Poetry: Bring poems of an open mind and a sharing picnic Tickets via Eventbrite They’re Free but we do ask for a donation *weather permitting!! Email enquiries to: undercliffecemetery@hotmail.co.uk

Service of Remembrance: Undercliffe pays tribute to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice, not only in The Great War but in all conflict. There are over 250 soldiers commemorated at our site. Please keep checking our website for details to be announced

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