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Blitz Commemoration - Belfast City Cemetery

Join us on Saturday 4 May 2024 as we mark the anniversary of the Fire Raid with a short Act of Remembrance at Belfast City Cemetery at 11am.

All are welcome to attend to pay their respects and remember those who were killed as a result of enemy action in April and May 1941.

Please meet at the Blitz Mass Grave, Belfast City Cemetery, 511 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 6DE for 10:45am.

We will be joined by a piper from Campbell College.

If you have questions or need directions to the cemetery/plot please do not hesitate to get in touch via email at info@niwarmemorial.org or call on 028 9032 0392.

Event Details

Blitz Commemoration - Belfast City Cemetery

This event is on for 1 week, on 04 May 2024.

Event Type: General

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