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General Directions: Aix-Noulette is a large village 8 kilometres south-south-east of Bethune on the main road to Arras. About 1.5 kilometres south of the village and a little west of the main road is the hamlet of Noulette. Bois-de-Noulette British Cemetery is on the south side of the hamlet.

This cemetery was made by Field Ambulances between April 1916, and May 1917, and was at first Bois-de-Noulette New Cemetery, to distinguish it from the many small French military cemeteries in or near the wood.

The cemetery was designed by Arthur James Scott Hutton

Casualty Details: UK 113, Canada 18, Total Burials: 131








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