Cimetière du Père Lachaise Part 1

by Christina In a couple of weeks I’m going to Paris. I’ve been there in every season except springtime, which according to poetry and literature throughout the ages, is the ultimate time to go. (‘When spring comes to Paris the humblest mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise‘ – Henry Miller, Tropic of […]

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An Unexpected Trail

Guest posts are always very welcome at the Cemetery Club, and this week, whilst Sheldon is sipping Ale and mooching around somewhere on the Norfolk Broads, this Monday’s post is written by friend of the Cemetery Club and professional Cellist, Daniel Burrowes. This is my first foray into cemetery blogging, and has come about entirely […]

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