Services marks anniversary of Chilwell Explosion
Mass graves which contain the remains of more than 100 workers killed in the Chilwell explosion will be rededicated this weekend on the 100th anniversary of the disaster.
The graves, which have been renovated, are in the grounds of St Mary’s Church, Attenborough.
A Commemoration service at St Mary’s takes place on Sunday – 100 years to the day since the explosion. The service will be attended by Bishop Paul Williams and civic and military dignitaries including the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire Sir John Peace. It will start with a parade led by the Nottinghamshire Band of the Royal Engineers.
Many other events to mark the disaster at the shell filling factory are taking place. Find out more here