Over the weekend, we hosted Frank Bridgeman-Sutton from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to the Isle of Man.

Gef reported on his visit online here.

Manx Radio reported online here:

A leader from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission came on Island over the weekend to attend to and educate volunteers on maintaining war graves.

Many volunteers have no direct family attachment to any of the graves, and simply do it to pay their respects to those who fought and served in conflicts around the world.

Volunteers maintain Island war graves

If you want to learn more about the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and our effort to honour the service of 363 people laid to rest across the Isle of Man, you can click here to book someone to come (in person)to your school, community group or business.

6 April Update: Added Manx Radio reporting too