Story by Saleema Imam. Photo by Sarah Truman. As part of 2021 Heritage Open Days theme ‘Edibles’, the Friends of Burngreave Cemetery held their apple day on Sunday 19th September. After an early downpour, the [Read more]
The Friends of Burngreave Cemetery are hosting a bat walk around the cemetery 7-9.30pm on Friday 24th September. The walk will be led by Robert Croxton from Sorby Natural History Society. Meet at the old [Read more]
It was a lovely sunny day for the annual Well Dressing events in Burngreave Cemetery on Saturday 5th June. This year’s theme for the Well Dressing was ‘Peace’. Story by Christine Steers. Photos by Christine and Patrick Amber [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones | Photo by Tim Neal This summer has seen a number of organised walks through Burngreave with the majority of walkers coming from other parts of the city and places beyond. [Read more]
Story by Saleema Imam | Photos by Alex Giblin Price On Thursday April 11th, children and staff from the adventure playground planted hawthorn saplings in Burngreave cemetery with members of the Friends of Burngreave Cemetery. [Read more]
Samuel Wardle was born on 19th October 1897 the son of James Wardle and Mary Marshall who already had six children. James died in 1905 and was buried in Burngreave Cemetery. Mary married Edward Hannah in 1906. [Read more]
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