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  Cambrin Military Cemetery
Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and 8 kilometres east of Bethune on the road to La Bassée.
At one time, the village of Cambrin housed brigade headquarters but until the end of the First World War, it was only about 800 metres from the front line trenches.
Cambrin Military Cemetery, often called Cambrin Chateau Cemetery, was begun in February 1915 and used as a front line cemetery until December 1918.
www.webmatters.net /cwgc/cambrin_mil.htm   (294 words)

  
 Cambrin Churchyard Extension, Cambrin, Pas de Calais, France
Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and about 8 kilometres east of Bethune, on the road to La Bassee.
Cambrin Churchyard Extension is on the south side of the main road, 200 metres from the Mairie.
The village contains two cemeteries used for Commonwealth burials; the churchyard extension, taken over from French troops in May 1915, and the Military Cemetery "behind the Mayor's House." The churchyard extension was used for front line burials until February 1917 when it was closed, but there are three graves of 1918 in the back rows.
ww1cemeteries.com /ww1frenchcemeteries/cambrinchurch.htm   (175 words)

  
 Pte L Etches - Great War Forum
Location Information: Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and 8 kilometres east of Bethune on the road to La Bassee.
Historical Information: At one time, the village of Cambrin housed brigade headquarters but until the end of the First World War, it was only about 800 metres from the front line trenches.
Location Information: Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and about 8 kilometres east of Bethune, on the road to La Bassee.
1914-1918.invisionzone.com /forums/index.php?showtopic=18751   (731 words)

  
 Municipalities looking at piping water from Calgary
Harry Riva Cambrin, municipal manager for the MD of Foothills, said the Public Advisory Committee of the Highwood Management Committee may recommend that funds be set aside to proceed with the viability study.
Riva Cambrin admitted neither option may be viable as it may be a case of stressing one key waterway to preserve another.
Riva Cambrin said it is imperative the municipalities work together to seek viable solutions to ensure the future health of the local rivers.
www.westernwheel.com /020313/news-water.html   (681 words)

  
 Cambrin Military Cemetery, Cambrin, Pas de Calais, France
Cambrin Military Cemetery, Cambrin, Pas de Calais, France
Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and 8 kilometres east of Bethune on the road to La Bassee.
The village contains two cemeteries used for Commonwealth burials; the churchyard extension, taken over from French troops in May 1915, and the Military Cemetery "behind the Mayor's House." Cambrin Military Cemetery, often called Cambrin Chateau Cemetery, was begun in February 1915 and used as a front line cemetery until December 1918.
ww1cemeteries.com /ww1frenchcemeteries/cambrinmil.htm   (201 words)

  
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Never once did McInnis or Cambrin mention their were timing issues.
Thought for the Day: As council members are elected and voice the people’s opinion, we understand how they keep their positions as they have earned them through the democratic system.
Cambrin be allowed to with stand his position as the Manager of Foothills Division No. 31 based on his performance of justly implementing the Bi-Laws?
www.rmrp.ca /files/Response_high_river_times_april6.doc   (689 words)

  
 Samuel Webb
Some soldiers died in the course of heroic actions, sidestepping bullets and breaching barbed wire in the race across no-man's land, but for many, death was simply a side effect of the general day to day attrition in the trenches - a sniper's bullet or stray shell picking off the men one by one.
In June 1918, the 2nd Battalion Royal Sussex were alternating their time by training and rest at Noeux les Mines, south of Bethune, and periods in the trenches at Cambrin, further east.
The Battalion remained in Support in CAMBRIN and was chiefly occupied in carrying and working parties.
homepage.ntlworld.com /suelight/aawebb.html   (813 words)

  
 1st Battalion Middlesex Regiment:- The Battle of Loos
The early days of September were very quiet, and from the 6th to 11th special training was carried out in view of the coming operations.
(The Cambrin sector apparently ran from a point R1 almost on the Vermelles- La Bassée railway north to Gun Street, which was just south of the Cambrin-La Bassée road.
The trenches of the 1st Middlesex were apparently situated between the Vermelles-La Bassée railway and the Vermelles-La Bassée road.
freespace.virgin.net /howard.anderson/loospreparations.htm   (1670 words)

  
 Western Wheel - your Foothills Community Newspaper
The MD currently has more than 80 municipal reserve parcels and Riva Cambrin said the 25 were chosen because they’re in the area where the money will be spent.
Riva Cambrin said that it would be best if the parcels could be sold by the end of 2006 as that’s when monies will be due for the schools.
Riva Cambrin said council could restrict where a home could be built on the land, and what kind of home it could be including height specifications.
www.westernwheel.com /050928   (1955 words)

  
 Memorials and Monuments in St Judes Church (Lance Corporal E Cooley
However, there are several other members of the 1st Hants Regiment listed on the Parishioners memorials, so perhaps a friend brought it home as a personal memento.
Lance Corporal Cooley is buried in the CAMBRIN CHURCHYARD EXTENSION, Pas de Calais, France.
The village contains two cemeteries used for Commonwealth burials; the churchyard extension, taken over from French troops in May 1915, and the Military Cemetery "behind the Mayor's House." The churchyard extension was used for front line burials until February 1917 when it was closed.
www.memorials.inportsmouth.co.uk /churches/st_wilfrids/cooley.htm   (372 words)

  
 Private Hart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Towards the end of March 1916 Hart and several of his comrades were buried alive after an enemy mine exploded under their position in the British trenches at the Brick Stacks, Cambrin.
Hart was lucky to survive, as one of his rescuers later recalled, “I dug him out and he struggled back to the Aid Post, a distance of about ¾ mile.
“At the end of March 1916 at Cambrin was buried by an enemy mine explosion.
www.shotatdawn.org.uk /page55.html   (2176 words)

  
 CWGC :: Cemetery Details
Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and about 8 kilometres east of Bethune, on the road to La Bassee.
The Commonwealth plot will be found behind the church.
The village contains two cemeteries used for Commonwealth burials; the churchyard extension, taken over from French troops in May 1915, and the Military Cemetery "behind the Mayor's House." The churchyard extension was used for front line burials until February 1917 when it was closed, but there are three graves of 1918 in the back rows.
www.cwgc.org /search/cemetery_details.aspx?cemetery=16800&mode=1   (197 words)

  
 High River Times, High River, AB   (Site not responding. Last check: )
That’s because the M.D. of Foothills, and the other 15 rural municipalities throughout the province, use a grant formula made up of three components - equalized assessment, population and kilometres of road - rather than a per capita basis like urban municipalities.
With the a $3-billion provincial infrastructure transportation grant scheduled to be distributed to municipalities during the next three years in the new budget, Riva Cambrin is concerned the M.D. will lose out on a tremendous amount of much-needed funds if this formula continues to be used.
At the moment, Riva Cambrin said urban municipalities would receive the full capita amount of $60 per person from the infrastructure transportation grant, while the M.D. of Foothills would only receive about 44 per cent at $32 per person.
www.highrivertimes.com /story.php?id=145907   (273 words)

  
 Cambrin Military Cemetery, Cambrin, Pas de Calais, France
Cambrin Military Cemetery, Cambrin, Pas de Calais, France
Cambrin is a village about 24 kilometres north of Arras and 8 kilometres east of Bethune on the road to La Bassee.
The village contains two cemeteries used for Commonwealth burials; the churchyard extension, taken over from French troops in May 1915, and the Military Cemetery "behind the Mayor's House." Cambrin Military Cemetery, often called Cambrin Chateau Cemetery, was begun in February 1915 and used as a front line cemetery until December 1918.
www.ww1cemeteries.com /ww1frenchcemeteries/cambrinmil.htm   (180 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The game started to be published in Italian magazine "Kaos", but only two articles made it to print, the introduction and a method for generating characters from WH40K army lists, and a list of basic careers.
These articles were later translated to English by Marco Bizzarri and Claudia Rege Cambrin.
A dual WFRP/WH40K adventure, The Seed of Evil was also written and translated.
www.goblin-online.net /fortyk/1intro.txt   (602 words)

  
 Video Ségolène Royal à Cambrin - Socialiste, Segolene, Ségolène, Royal, PS - Dailymotion Share Your Videos
Video Ségolène Royal à Cambrin - Socialiste, Segolene, Ségolène, Royal, PS - Dailymotion Share Your Videos
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Socialiste Segolene Ségolène Royal Odette Duriez Cambrin Pas-de-Calais PS
www.dailymotion.com /video/x34cb_segolene-royal-a-cambrin   (52 words)

  
 International Civic Heraldry - ARMORIAL DE FRANCE - COMMUNES - CAMBRIN   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The arms are identical to the arms of the former Lords of Cambrin.
If you own copyrights to the information provided and are not mentioned, please contact the webmaster.
The webmaster of this site is not responsible for commercial use of the material provided.
www.ngw.nl /int/fra/c/cambrin.htm   (111 words)

  
 The Cambrin Railways Society Ltd. 2002 Christmas Draw Results.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Cambrin Railways Society Ltd. 2002 Christmas Draw Results.
The Cambrian Railways Society are pleased to announce the winners of their GRAND XMAS DRAW 2002.
The Cambrian Railways Society would like to thank all those who took part in their Grand Xmas Draw, which raised much needed funds to continue the restoration of their Locomotives.
www.cambrian-railways-soc.co.uk /draw   (142 words)

  
 Cambrin Hotels, France   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Choose from our wide selection of local hotels, check availability and book online with our instant and convenient accommodation booking system.
(2.2 miles / 3.0 km from the centre of Cambrin)
(5.5 miles / 7.6 km from the centre of Cambrin)
hotels.knowhere.co.uk /hotels/~cambrin   (641 words)

  
 Cambrin - Pas-de-Calais - Région Nord Pas-de-Calais tous les sites webs
Cambrin - Pas-de-Calais - Région Nord Pas-de-Calais tous les sites webs
Réservez votre chambre d'hôtel à Cambrin et ses alentours
Tout pour vous divertir et passer un bon moment en régions
nord-pas-de-calais.moteurs-regionaux.com /,cambrin.htm   (139 words)

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