Walk around the Western Cemetary


“Opened in 1860 as part of Hull General Cemetery and leased to the Hull Corporation Board of Health, Western Cemetery is the oldest of Hull municipal cemeteries. It comprises 35 acres and is split into two portions by Chanterlands Avenue. It holds the last resting places of two famous Hull artists, the memo rial to the R.38 airship disaster, the two graves of the victims of the Dogger Bank Incident when the Russian Imperial
Navy fired upon the Hull Trawler fleet as well as many other graves of notable Hull
citizens.”


Friday 16 September 11am

Meet outside the lodge. Sensible footwear should be worn

Booking Details

No booking required


Access

Sensible footwear should be worn.


COVID-19 Considerations

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.


Additional Information

Contact for the day:John Netherwood
www.hullandbeverleyheritagestore.co.uk


Directions

Meet outside the lodge. Sensible footwear should be worn.


Organised by

John Netherwood