I have just completed a Tour with 30 people round WW1 sites, Popperinge-Brandhoek-Ypres-Ploegsteert-Berks Cemy-Dud Corner finnishing at Vimy on the first night. Day two saw a visit to Etaples Cemy and on the way back to Arras a stop at St Pol to commence the story of the Unknown Warrior. Back to Arras and the Wellington Quarries. The last day saw the group in Boulenge and following the Unknown Warrior back to Westminister abbey and his final resting place. Lots and lots of questions from the group which made it hard work but great fun. A Tour I enjoyed.

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Comment by Antonia Keyt on November 26, 2011 at 17:39

How interesting. Please tell us more about your trip and if possible upload photos to the photo section. I don't know much about the places you visited especially the Wellington Quarries but am eager to learn. Look forward to hearing more.


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