The cemetery was established after the First World War. The headstones are arranged in rows on a well-tended lawn, with rose bushes at their feet. The site contains a sub-plot for Hindi and Muslim slain soldiers. To the side of the headstones stands a large cross bearing a bronze sword, known as "The Cross of Sacrifice".

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