As well as our programme of events throughout the year, we also have a range of downloadable resources for families who wish to explore the cemeteries further, from home or in person!


From January 2020 we are offering guided tours and facilitated workshops in the cemeteries, tailored to the needs of KS1, KS2, and KS3 pupils and covering multiple areas of the curriculum.
There is no charge for these sessions during 2020 and 2021 because the project has funding from National Lottery Heritage Fund for our work with schools.

Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries Project


We are working with @woolly_works on a Poppy Stitching Project for #remembrance.

Poppies have a long history as symbols of remembrance. Through stitching a poppy, and through the artwork we will create together, we will remember those from all nations and all conflicts who lost their lives in war, and the sacrifices made by men, women, children and animals in the pursuit of peace. We will be sharing the names and stories of over 100 service personnel who are commemorated in the Jewellery Quarter Cemeteries throughout the project.

There are four colours of poppy to choose from, to sign up please email josie.wall@jqdt.org

Find out more here:

This project is possible because of funding from: