Great War Memorial, Nottingham

Nottingham memorial

The memorial on the Victoria Embankment in Nottingham includes the names of all 13,501 from Nottinghamshire who lost their lives in the Great War. It has a tall Portland Stone inscribed monument featured in the middle of the memorial where there is space lower down for poppies to be placed in the lead up to future Remembrance Days.

HRH Duke of Kent officially unveiled the £395,000 Memorial to Nottinghamshire’s fallen on 28 June 2019.


Albion Stone supplied and manufactured the Portland Jordans Basebed memorial, including carving the lettering and poppy holes, the stone was installed by Bonsers Restoration.

Paul Jenkinson from Lindum said: “I would like to thank you all for all hard work in supplying the materials to meet our programme and also for the quality of all of your workmanship. And a special thanks to Graham for what you did at the end of last week in supply replacement stone.”


Photos provided by Bonser Restoration and Lindam Group.

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