This small cemetery is near Royal Victoria Park, not far from the Royal Crescent.
The church. When I walked past, it appeared to be set up as a blacksmith shop; a blacksmith van was parked in front. There were no pews, no altar, no nothing, so I’m not sure if it really is used as a shop or if it was temporary because they were making repairs.
I love the flora decorating this stone.
There were about three stone buildings on the property.
Today was a typical British late February day. Light rain and “slate grey Victorian skies” (thank you, Morrissey).
A relative of Alfred’s? Robyn’s?
Many, many graves look like this–bounded by a stone frame.
Commonwealth War Graves are from WWI and WWII.