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Saint-Charles-de-Percy War Cemetery

Near the intersection of D56 and D290A, Saint-Charles-de-Percy, France
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Pretty English garden cemetery in a a suprising location.

Been to this small quiet Cemetery several times passing through to the Taurus Bridge over the... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2015
AnthonyGDW
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Ipplepen, United Kingdom
Incredibly sad

The plants are well looked after and it kept clean and tidy. Very sad reading the personal messages... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2014
Gregg B
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Vire-Normandie, France
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6 Nov 2015
“Pretty English garden cemetery in a a suprising location.”
31 Oct 2014
“Incredibly sad”
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Near the intersection of D56 and D290A, Saint-Charles-de-Percy, France
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Reviewed 6 November 2015

Been to this small quiet Cemetery several times passing through to the Taurus Bridge over the Soulevre nearby and it is a good place to collect ones thoughts. Always well kept and the cyclamen around the borders in Autumn make me realise just how much...More

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Reviewed 31 October 2014

The plants are well looked after and it kept clean and tidy. Very sad reading the personal messages on the headstones from the soldiers families. Anyone with kids over 10 should bring them here. Nothing truly hits home about what their great grand parents did,...More

1  Thank Gregg B
Reviewed 8 October 2014

This small British war cemetery was a few kms from our holiday gite and we visited as we were a little early to pick up the keys. It is set in beautiful, rural surroundings and is so calm and peaceful - a stark difference to...More

1  Thank Annabellacottonsocks
Reviewed 26 June 2014

This beautiful, well manicured little British cemetary is a very moving place, especially the gravestones which are anonymous. We attended a service here on 6th June this year, which was the 70th anniversay of D Day. I was moved by the number of French villages...More

1  Thank perle369
Reviewed 16 May 2014

Visited here on a kind a pilgrimage. Needed to visit a grave. Not a relative but a friend and comrade in Welsh Guards of a relative. So glad I came - extremely emotional for me - a huge bucket list tick.

2  Thank sian1955
Reviewed 28 May 2013

We went to this small, beautifully maintained cemetery last summer for the first time; my grandfather who was killed in the latter part of the war is buried there and I felt it was something I needed to do, to at least put a scene...More

2  Thank Damagethehamster
Reviewed 3 August 2012

The owner of our gite told us about this cemetery and we went there after a visit to a nearby rose garden. I doubt if many people go there which makes it more moving. It is very quiet and so you can sit and reflect...More

3  Thank Robert A
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