The British war cemetery contains 1,296 (mostly British) soldiers from the Second World War. In addition there are 7 graves from the First World War, a British pilot and 6 unidentified members of the Royal Navy.
The Canadian cemetery is located next to the British cemetery. This war cemetery contains the graves of 1,116 (mostly Canadian) soldiers from the Second World War. There is also a Dutch pilot in the service of the R.A.F. buried, 1st lieutenant aviator J.G.C. Koes.
The Visitor Center will be located between the two fields and the design will have to meet the highest standards in order not to disturb the serene character of this location. The requirements concern not only the special character of the cemeteries but also the natural environment that will be respected.