Wrexham Cemetery, on Ruabon Road, is one of the county borough’s most impressive and historical landmarks.
Originally designed for people to enjoy walks through, the gardens have retained much of their original Victorian design and planting.
During October and November, there are a number of events and sessions taking place at the cemetery, giving you the opportunity to learn more about it and those who are buried there. Why not have a look at the list below and plan your visit:
History Walk at Wrexham Cemetery
A historically themed walk around the older parts of the Cemetery. Meet at the information panel by the Chapels at 1pm.
Polish Graves Walk at Wrexham Cemetery
Find out more about the 1000 Polish people who were laid to rest at the cemetery, many of whom fought with the British in WWII.
Remembrance Day at Wrexham Cemetery
An event to mark the end of WWI and to commemorate those who are buried and remembered at Wrexham Cemetery.
If you would like to come along to any of these events, you can call the cemetery development officer on 07753 771645 for more information or to book.
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