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Life After Death at the Camberwell Cemeteries

Free Tours Easter Monday 28th March

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Come and celebrate life after death with us and visit the beautiful living woods and old graves of the Camberwell Cemeteries.


Free tours Easter Monday 28th March


11am-12pm Camberwell Old Cemetery

Meet: Forest Hill Road Gates London SE22 0RU


1pm-2pm Camberwell New Cemetery

Meet: Brenchley Gardens Gates London SE23 3RD


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Come and see the beautiful woods and old graves of the Camberwell Cemeteries that so inspired William Blake's poetry - before Southwark Council destroy them.


From the graves of Frederick John Horniman, founder of the Horniman Museum, two VCs and the First World War Memorial in the Old Cemetery, to two Salvation Army Generals and an East End gangster as well as the best view of London according to Sir John Betjeman from One Tree Hill in the New.


Wonderful ancient and veteran oaks and hawthorns, graves and memorials in the woods, glades and meadows, thronging with wildlife including bats, stag beetles and owls.


Come and celebrate spring this Easter Monday - new life after death amongst the woods and nature, the memorials and history of these beautiful South London havens.