A series of photos, mostly from 2019, showing monuments and some of the events that have taken place at the cemetery this year. Thanks to Tom Heggie and Rais Hasan ADPS CPAGB LRPS , members of the Bradford Photographic Society for many of these. All rights reserved.
The Illingworth Monument by Tim Hardy
Detail of one of the headstones by Tim Hardy
A Rainy Day at Undercliffe by Tim Hardy
Our Chairman by Tim Hardy
The white lady photo by Tom Heggie
Angel photo by Tom Heggie
Tree Maintenance photo by Tom Heggie
Trees and the damage they cause. Photo by Tom Heggie
Keeping the grass in check. Photo by Tom Heggie
Routine maintenance Photo by Tom Heggie
Keeping the hedges looking neat and tidy photo by Tom Heggie
Stuart ‘The shop steward’ gives directions, photo by Tom Heggie
Felix Marsh Rimmington
Ann Scarffe, the first to be buried at Undercliffe
Crosses laid by local children in memory for those who gave their lives for their country in WW1
Nancy De Garrs Grave and book
Julia Varley O.B.E.
A view down the promenade. Photo by Rais Hassan
A section of the historic quarter. Photo by Rais Hassan
John takes a small group around pointing out flora and fauna. photo by Rais Hassan
Joseph Smith monument. Photo by Rais Hassan
A group resting after touring the cemetery. Photo by Rais Hassan
The Behrens Monument
Two members of the Illingworth Family meet up at one of the Illingworth monuments
A foggy day in the historic quarter adds a bit of extra atmosphere.
David Whithorn here to tell the history of the Bradford Pals and many of the soldiers who gave their lives for their country.
John taking a small groups around the cemetery
Deborah meets and greets visitors as they arrive for the open day.
The angel nearest to the lodge
The top of the Illingworth monument with Egyptian carving.
Photo by Rosie Merryweather
A view into Bradford and Listers mill.Photo by Rosie Merryweather
A view of the promenade and the Joseph Smith monument
Gaynor gives a talk on William Jackson
Steve explains how John Sowden painted over 300 Bradford worthies.
Susan tells the story of Charles Rice of the Theatre Royal
Steve talks through the history of Nancy De Garrs and how she served the Brontes.
James Hanson headstone
John gives a talk on James Hanson
Steve presents the story of Isaac Holden one of the Bradford Worthies
Susan leads a group to their next stop in a tour of the cemetery.
David tells the story of Sir Henry Mitchell the first freeman of Bradford
The Illingworth Monument.
The Miles Moulson monument just one of the listed monuments
Allan Hilary lays a wreath at the 2019 remembrance event Photo by Rais Hassan
Palm leaves by Tom Heggie
Hand shake by Tom Heggie
Crossed hammers by Tom Heggie