To the north of the village of Courcelette on the D107 road towards Miraumont is Adanac Military Cemetery. Regina Trench crossed the road a little to the south of the cemetery, and Courcelette Trench ran on the other side of the road from the cemetery, more or less following the line of the road. A Maple Leaf motif attached to the gates denotes the Canadian associations of this cemetery, the name being 'Canada' spelt backwards. It was made after the Armistice around a single existing grave in Plot 4, Row D, Grave 30, and now is a large cemtery; over 3,000 are buried here, around a third of whom are Canadian. It contains many graves of soldiers who fell in the battlefields around Courcelette, and also from a number of other cemeteries nearby which were concentrated here.