Walsgrave cemetery was established in 1893 making it a truly Victorian styled cemetery.
It is not the easiest of cemeteries to find. If heading from the north south and following a sat nav, Woodway Road suddenly stops before the M6 in a park. Navigating and using intuition around the M6 to the east is needed.
There is no parking in the cemetery. There is a small parking area just outside the main gate for three-four cars.
The cemetery is virtually 'square' in shape. It is formally laid out in rows and contains Commonwealth War Graves.
In the centre of the cemetery is a beautiful old chapel. Unfortunately it is not used and in some disrepair. On the front side of the building is a fascinating and interesting plaque. It commemorates the very first interment. Mary Quinney buried in 1893.