Tag Archives: Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Normandy 2018 Day 5 – War diary review, misty photos, revisiting farms and Pizza

Day 5 – Monday 4th June This ended up being a long day with an equally long post! War diaries in detail So, after the extreme heat of the past two days, a later start saw us waking up to very overcast clouds and a light drizzle (for my non-British readers, you’d be amazed at […]

Normandy June 2015 – Day#03 Tuesday 2nd June

Glyn takes the lead This started off very much as “Glyn’s day of research”. Partly, I think, because of the work that I’d been doing & that he has helped with, he discovered that one of his Great Uncles was a casualty of the First World War & was buried in the CWGC Cemetery at […]

Normandy June 2015 – Day#02 Monday 1st June

Ancient monuments (no, not us!) A drying day dawned – certainly better than the weather that we’d had on the way over – as, having breakfasted, we set off on our third time-travelling journey of the year. This time, we started way back in pre-history with a visit to the Dolmen at Fresnicourt le Dolmen […]