BigT Posted 17 June , 2008 Share Posted 17 June , 2008 On a recent holiday in Dorset I visited a country churchyard and spotted the distict shape of three " war graves". As is my normal practice I went over to pay my respects. Two of the graves were definitely serviceman, the other was a civilian who had died in 1976. Where the regimental badge would normally be was a stylised RIP. I am sure this individual deserved to be honoured but I was always under the impression that the CWGC were very strict on who could used the CWGC designed stone and lettering. Any views? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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