Known and respected for the quiet dignity and immaculate presentation of its cemeteries, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) is responsible for maintaining graves, memorials and their surrounding grounds in more than 140 different countries around the world.
In the United Kingdom alone, there are close to 170,000 war graves and memorials in the Commission’s care, many located within burial grounds looked after by the organisation’s own staff and gardeners with the help of an array of powered machinery and hand tools.
One machine that has been ever-present within the Commission’s armoury at home and overseas since the early 1990s is the Allett Buffalo 27 walk-behind cylinder mower, used throughout the year to trim the grass between and surrounding the memorials.

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