Cosy Room for Two

Thanks to 237 Explorer Scouts birds such as Robins and Blue Tits now have ready made nesting boxes at the graveyard in Castle Bromwich. All that now remains is for the birds to set up home and we can watch their daily lives from nesting through to the chicks...
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Least we Forget

Looking at the graveyard today, it’s easy to forget just how much has been achieved. The voluntary efforts of the community have made a remarkable difference in just a few years. So, in case we forget, here are a few images of the graveyard as it was before we began the clear-up. Thank you to everybody who has helped to make a difference. The slideshow below contains a few photographs from...
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Reaching out from Beyond the Grave

Even eighty-four years after his death, Castle Bromwich residents are still indebted to the influence and philantrophy of Alderman Thomas Clayton. The businessman and local dignitary was one of the founding partners of Canal Carriers and boat builders Fellows, Moreton and Clayton. After hearing that the graveyard containing his final resting place was in dire need of a water supply, British...
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Photographic Slideshow

Looking for details of your ancestors grave, but unable to visit the graveyard? Watch the slideshow and see if we have photographs of what you’re looking...
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