War Memorials Trust

Those remembered

War Memorials Trust is extremely grateful for all legacy gifts and In Memoriam donations. These gifts make a huge difference to the work of protecting and conserving war memorials in the UK. We thank all those who think of the charity in this way and this page remembers them. Family members are contacted to confirm they are happy for names to be included on this page or can request inclusion when sending a donation or forwarding a legacy to War Memorials Trust.



In memory of Jonathan Ali
11/04/1969 – 30/05/2019
Who brought the memorials of Hawkshaw’s Church and Chapels to life in his book “Our Boys: The Great War in a Lancashire Village” 


In memory of Jennifer and Peter Jones
Who worked tirelessly to create a lasting tribute to the men from the North Samford Benefice who died in The Great War.  


In memory of Dinah Mary Ridgeway
26/08/1924 - 08/10/2018
Niece of stone mason Arthur Dane who created several war memorials in Hope Valley, Peak District 


In memory of Brigadier Jim Dennis
08/05/1937 – 17/01/2015
Following a full R.E.M.E. career Jim devoted much time writing ‘The Last Post’ and creating the ‘Reveille’ website http://lancasterwarmemorials.org.uk/home.htm   


In memory of Neil Arnold
He dedicated his life to so many people and will be remembered forever 

In memory of David Hall
23/08/1943 - 11/12/2013
He believed all sacrifices should be remembered and honoured  


In memory of John Golden
05/06/1960 - 26/02/2010
He understood we should never forget.


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