South Ealing Cemetery

I'm a bit worried about dear little South Ealing. The graves seem to be lurching all over the place more than they ever were, and I spotted more than one stone which had fallen over and been left, rather than tidied up and made safe. The windows to the chapel have been broken and boarded up, and the back of the chapel is fenced off. All this smacks of a place that's being neglected rather. I hope I'm wrong, because it's a beautiful cemetery. It's covered with bluebells even at the end of April, and though it acts as a cut-through for locals (and is itself bisected by a fenced-in footpath), it's peaceful and rural. See it while it's still here.

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