Tag Archives: Graves

Ain’t It Grand To Be Bloomin’ Well Dead – Cemetery on Film

‘Some people there were praying for me soul I said, ‘It’s the first time I’ve been off the dole!’ Look at the mourners, bloomin’ well sozzled Ain’t it grand, to be bloomin’ well dead!’ One of the most striking things … Continue reading

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T.V Spot: Cemetery Club on Inside Out This Monday 

by Sheldon Great excitement indeed – ready your Sky boxes, iPlayers and what have you, as Monday 26th September sees myself and the fabulous Miss Sam Perrin walk through the graveyards of Kent and Sussex, showing presenter Natalie Graham some … Continue reading

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‘A Quiet, Beautiful Slope About a Mile On The Southern Side of Crystal Palace’ – Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery

by Christina On a sunny day in May, I went for a walk and photo outing. Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery, located in the London Borough of Bromley, was an intrinsic part of my childhood, and is probably the reason that … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Guide & Seek: The Lost Lives of Brompton Cemetery

by Christina  It is just past midday at Brompton Cemetery’s south gate. Sheldon is about to run through his first ever Cemetery Club tour before actual people begin arriving. As we start off for stop number 1 (Jon Snow), two … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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