It’s an image that does the rounds on social media from time to time. I’m not the first to share it and it’s one of the initial images I found when I began my immersion into cemetery history. Kensal Green was the second cemetery I visited for this blog and its not an event you’d […]Read More Killed By A Coffin
Today we mourn an icon. Trees hold a very special place in our hearts and you only have to look at how important the Bethnal Green Mulberry is and its value to the local community to see what imagery and emotion they conjure. Permission was given to remove this historic tree from its current site (being […]Read More The Cedar’s Farewell
I can’t say I expected to be clambering through dense ivy and wonky headstones, days away from Christmas. But then, this is Cemetery Club and frankly how else would I be spending my birthday! Aided by Sacha, I was on a mission. I was looking for the final resting place of a man who gave us […]Read More Where is the Inventor of the Christmas Cracker?
Take a look at my most-liked photos on #Instagram – fairytale mausoleums, Roman Dead and 19th century visionaries!Read More My Top 9 Instagram Posts 2018