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A century on from the British declaration of war in Germany in August 1914, we visit some of the graves of service personnel and civilians from the Great War, at rest in Arnos Vale.
Arnos Vale’s Great War memorial was built in 1921 at Soldiers’ Corner to mark the graves of Great War casualties who died in Bristol’s hospitals. The cemetery is the last resting place of servicemen from all over the world - as well as local people who lived through the war.
From underage conscripts to the war at home, discover the individual stories and sacrifices of wartime and visit the War memorials and family graves across the cemetery.
Warm clothing and sensible shoes are strongly recommended.
Arnos Vale Cemetery is not a fully accessible site.
This tour route may include some steep slopes, steps, and muddy or uneven paths.
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Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust
Step into a secret world and discover 45 green acres, close to the heart of Bristol where the history of the city is told in a leafy and tranquil setting, rich in walks, wildlife, architecture, fascinating displays and memorials.
Arnos Vale is open all year and has FREE admission.
We also have an exciting events diary for the year ahead and there's something for everyone: Guided Tours, Evening Talks, Craft Workshops for Adults, Family Craft Workshops, Theatre & Music, School Holiday Activities and Stomping Stories.
To find out about our events please look at the list of events below or visit our website www.arnosvale.org.uk