New Film Showing at The Bishop’s Palace, Hereford
The charity Caring for God’s Acre is showing its new film ‘The Beautiful Burial Ground’ at The Great Hall, Bishop’s Palace, Hereford, on the afternoon of 19th November. An invitation is extended to anyone who would like to see it.
Sue Cooper, Charity manager said ‘The film takes us on a journey from the remote churchyards of the Welsh borderlands to the large urban cemeteries of the north-west, revealing the unique stories of these special places and the great beauty and importance of the natural and man-made treasures found within their boundaries.’
‘We were lucky to recruit various experts for the film including Dr Sharman Kadish; Director of Jewish Heritage, Dr Harold Mytum; leading authority on monuments and memorials, Dr George Peterken OBE; a nationally renowned ecologist and Dr Paul Evans; writer and broadcaster.’ Sue added.
Caring for God’s Acre (CfGA) has made the film to help communities and others to recognize the potential for conserving, enhancing and enjoying churchyards, burial grounds and cemeteries.
The film will be preceded by Caring for God’s Acre’s (CfGA) short Annual General Meeting, which is an excellent opportunity for members and non members alike to hear what important conservation work the charity has been doing over the last year and to ask questions.
The event, which starts at 2.30pm is free of charge and refreshments are provided. Booking is essential, as these events are always extremely popular.
To book please phone CfGA: 01588 673041