Fareham students help clean war graves


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STUDENTS from Fareham College have helped to clean up war graves as part of their coursework.

Students on the Uniformed Services course visited Ann’s Hill Cemetery in Gosport for the Commonwealth War Graves Commision.

They helped to tidy the War Graves plot in the cemetery, where a Second World War Commemoration Ceremony is held every June. The students removed and replaced trees in the cemetery.