see family grave page
Volunteer day 14 February 2016
held on 3 June 2014
Names of local men celebrated
Choirs from St Matthew’s Primary School and Great St Mary’s Church sang at the launch of the first Mill Road Cemetery website.
Two events were held in 2014 to commemorate WW1
Year 4 class groups of St Matthew’s School made giant poppies to take to the graves of men commemorated in the cemetery
Guy Belcher, City Council Nature Conservation Projects Officer, led a walk at 4.30am to listen to the Dawn Chorus.
Together with Histon Road and Ascension, the two other Victorian cemeteries in the city, Mill Road Cemetery held an Open Day, celebrating all aspects of stone
well-preserved granite tomb, which probably has substantial footings and perhaps a vault beneath, consists of a large, three-ledged sarcophagus supported on four legs, standing on a moulded stone base with a cross on top
George Kett (1809 – 1872) of Wymondham, Norfolk was a skilled carpenter and wood carver