Most of the soldiers here are Scottish (with some American) and a long way from home, but each November, a lone piper leads a tiny parade from the church at one end of the village to the cemetery. It's very emotional and touching that almost 100 years after their deaths, these brave young men are still remembered. Long may it continue.
An inscription in the cemetery reads:
"Here the noble thistle of Scotland will flourish forever amongst the roses of France"