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Memento Mori

To mark the anniversary of WWI in 2014, AAiC has devised a programme called Memento Mori 2014 to show some of the unusual and interesting memorials that were established after the war. AAiC now has a library of photos of memorials, taken by Mike Dixon, of memorials in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, Some of the memorials will be part of a series of church trails across the three counties to be published in August 2014. A number of churches taking part are already researching family histories and thinking about permanent memorial books. The Mill Road Cemetery in Cambridge is doing a major project on the large number of WWI graves in the Cemetery, some of which are Commonwealth ones. The Cambridge trail will include the Cemetery as well as central Cambridge churches and colleges.

We hope you will find the photos both interesting and useful. Please do get in touch if we can be of any help.

Chosen churches by area:
Diocese of Norwich
Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich
Diocese of Ely

EU work - Future for Religious Heritage

2014 FRH Conference and AGM, Halle, Germany 29th October-1st November on ‘Religious Heritage in Rural Churches in Europe’

FRH - What future for Europe’s Religious Heritage?


Last years

Art Alive in Churches (AAiC) is a member of Future for Religious Heritage, an EU organisation based in Brussels which is 'the only European network of charities, governmental and university departments which work to protect religious heritage buildings and interiors across Europe. It is a not for profit , non religious organisation open to all.'

FRH Europe website

AAiC is working with partners on an EU project 'Heritage Art in a Changing Europe'.