There are now 3,207 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated at Duisans British Cemetery. There are also 88 German war graves. The cemetery is located near the village of Étrun, close to Arras in France
Écoivres Military Cemetery is located in the Pas De Calais region of France and contains 1,728 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. There are also 786 French and four German war graves.
Haute-Avesnes British Cemetery was started by The 51st (Highland) Division in July 1916 and it continued to be used by field ambulances of the divisions holding this part of the line. The cemetery contains 142 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and eight German war graves.
Habarcq Communal Cemetery Extension contains 179 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-1918 war. There are also 15 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-1945 war here, 11 of which are unidentified. There are also 378 French burials of the 1914-1918 war here.
Avesnes-le-Comte Communal Cemetery Extension is located in the Pas De Calais region of France. The village of Avesnes-le-Comte was for some time the VI Corps headquarters. The 37th and 30th Casualty Clearing Stations were there from April 1916, the 42nd in June 1916, and the 41st in January 1917. The communal cemetery contains 2 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, both made in April 1916. Thereafter, burials were made in the extension, which contains 333 graves, 4 of which are unidentified. Most of these were from the 37th CCS which stayed in the village until July 1917. Total burials 337.
Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension is located in the Pas De Calais region of France. Before March, 1916, Aubigny was in the area of the French Tenth Army, and 327 French soldiers were buried in the Extension to the West of what is now Plot IV. From March 1916 to the Armistice, Aubigny was held by Commonwealth troops and burials were made in the Extension until September 1918. Total burials 3067.
There are now 1,970 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in Courcelette British Cemetery. 1,174 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials to nine casualties five believed to be buried among them.
Regina Trench Cemetery now contains 2,280 burials and commemorations of the First World War. 1,077 of the burials are unidentified, but there are special memorials to 14 casualties believed to be buried among them. One American airman is also buried in the cemetery.
New Munich Trench British Cemetery was made by the V Corps in the spring of 1917, when their units cleared the battlefield, and it was known also as V Corps Cemetery No.25. There are 146, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these,18 are unidentified. All fell in the period November 1916, or January 1917, and the majority belonged to the 10/11th, 16th or 17th Highland Light Infantry.
Waggon Road Cemetery (originally V Corps Cemetery No.10) contains 195 First World War burials (36 unidentified), 46 of them belonging to the 11th Battalion the Border Regiment, which attacked in the Ancre in both July and November 1916.