Weston Town Council will be opening the chapel at Milton Road Cemetery as a reflective space during the week of Holocaust Memorial Day 2023. Members of the public are welcome to visit between 10am and 3pm from the 23-27th January.

Information will be on display regarding the Holocaust; genocides that followed in Cambodia, Bosnia and Darfur; and contemporary events that affect people both locally and globally. Visitors are invited to reflect on those who have been impacted by genocide, and on the importance of anti-racist attitudes in preventing future atrocities.

The chapel is located at the top of the cemetery. The upper entrance (Bristol Road Lower, opposite the junction of Eastfield Gardens) is only a short walk from the chapel.

Holocaust Memorial Day Ceremony 2023

A FREE EVENT Theme ‘Ordinary People’

Weston Museum Speaker: Alex Raikes, CEO of SARI, Bristol.
Jennifer Duke, the High Sheriff of Somerset, will open the event.
The Holocaust Memorial Day event will also include songs/poems, video of a Genocide Survivor, and the announcement of the ‘Don’t Forget Me’ Youth Photography Competition winner.
This is a FREE event but booking is advised. Go to Eventbrite
This event is hosted by HMD North Somerset and supported by North Somerset Council, Weston Town Council and RENS