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Members may want to note the second item related to the discovery of a World War I Canadian soldier.


Welcome to the CWGC’s latest newsletter

An Evening At Brookwood • Canadian Soldier Of The First World War Identified • CWGC Archive Receives Accredited Archive Status • Private Michael Hughes’ Grave Marked After 105 Years
• War Graves Week Nominated For 2022 Webby Award

We would like to invite you to join us for a very special evening of remembrance, history and music in aid of the Commonwealth War Graves Foundation (CWGF).
This unique event will be held at the CWGC Brookwood Military Cemetery on Thursday 26th May. Bring along your picnic and blankets and enjoy this outdoor event. We’ve put together a memorable programme for you, that’s perfect for all the family including live performances from Harp & a Monkey, the Military Wives Choir Sandhurst, Gordon’s School Pipes and Drums and The Purcell School of Music.

By coming along, you will be helping us keep the memories of those who died during the World Wars alive, as all profits from the evening will be going to the charitable arm of the CWGC.

Tickets are available now. Book yours to avoid disappointment!

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CANADIAN SOLDIER OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR IDENTIFIED

The remains of Sergeant Richard Musgrave have been formally identified by the Canadian Armed Forces Casualty Identification Program following the recovery of remains and artefacts by CWGC during a munitions clearing operation north of Lens, France.

Read more about Sergeant Richard Musgrave’s story.

CWGC ARCHIVE RECEIVES ACCREDITED ARCHIVE STATUSCWGC are delighted to have been awarded Accredited Archive Service status by The National Archives administered Archive Service Accreditation scheme. Read more.
PRIVATE MICHAEL HUGHES’ GRAVE MARKED AFTER 105 YEARSThanks to the research of CWGC’s Eyes on, Hands On volunteer Jim Renwick, the location of the unmarked grave of Private Michael Hughes has been discovered, now marked with a Commission headstone. Find out more about Private Hughes’ story.

(Photos courtesy of Veteranstv.)

CWGC WAR GRAVES WEEK NOMINATED FOR 2022 WEBBY AWARD – VOTE FOR US!CWGC is excited to announce that War Graves Week is a Webby Nominee in the Advertising, Media & PR – Best Use of Online Media category by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.
Read more and find out how to vote for us.
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