NEWS & UPDATES, 2016.
Updated 28th November, 2016
I am working on the new Emma Gee, please contribute by month end latest.
I am particularly interested in receiving articles about the Somme from September, 1916 onwards.
We still hope you will add a donation so that we can continue to hold beautiful services of Remembrance.
Anything to do with memberships should go to Judith, Keith has retired.
Please check this page regularly and our Facebook page almost daily. You can check on updates quickly there.
Next Events - Spring 2017 Private tour of the SASC, Waminster.
Many books have been written about the MGC or refer to it, too long to include here, so a download is available.
Click here to download book list
For a list of countries overseas where Graves are wanted for our Photographic Project, please see below. If you can help, we will be grateful, contact Judith for details.
Articles and photographs are very welcome for the next edition of Emma Gee. The magazine is only as good as members make it by sending in interesting copy.
Please help Judith by ensuring that you use Times New Roman 10 point, no indents, 'no prettying up' please. Ensure article and photograph file names link and make sense to others, not just you, e.g. name files '1234 Pt Fred Bloggs'. Making file names such as 'Dad' or 'Grandad in Mespot' will mean absolutely nothing to me if they become detached from your email, waste hours of time and may mean they will not be included!! Thank you for your help.
The MGC/OCA has a Facebook page, take a look.
Have a chat, get others to join up, communicate.
Overseas locations of cemeteries where graves need to be photographed (some of these have been partially covered already):
Egypt: Alexandria (both Chatby & Hadra), Ismailia, Kantara, Port Said, Suez
There are also graves present in the following locations currently experiencing conflict or severe security problems:
We appreciate help from those living and going abroad on business who photograph graves and monuments.
Every time someone takes a photograph, this requires a visit to the grave of a soldier who gave his life for our freedom. Every visit is an individual act of Remembrance for that soldier. Nearly every MGC soldier's grave has been visited.
We Do Remember Them.
Thank you to our supporters.
Send email enquiries regarding the magazine Emma Gee and events, "Emma Gee," and general administration to: Mrs Judith Lappin, Honorary Secretary:
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