REMEMBERS ITS HEROES AND HEROINES
Remembers" scheme visits graves of Dovorians at home in the
United Kingdom and abroad, ensuring that they are not forgotten,
ensuring that someone linked with their home town comes to pay
respects. The places where Dovorians are remembered are on these
Our visitors are
all volunteers. Some go across the Channel frequently with the
purpose of visiting
the graves, while others take a few moments out from their
holidays or their working trips to pause at a cemetery or a
memorial. A number have Dovorian relatives of their own, lost in
Our visitors take a
photograph of the grave or of the inscription on a memorial,
along with a shot of the cemetery or the memorial, and send it
back via e-mail or CD. Here's an example, from volunteers,
Michelle and Andy Cooper.
|The grave of Corporal
Street at Namps-au-Val can be seen in the foreground row, left
Images are used on this website and/or
other Project publications (always with credit to the
photographer) and, if requested, copies are sent to relatives of
the lost loved one.
If you would
like to join in, and help Dover remember those from our town who
sacrificed everything, please read the
essential guidelines and information, and do
contact us .
Some people even adopt a grave. Or
if you would like a particular Dovorian grave or commemoration
visited, then let us
know We'll do our best to help.