Westminster City Hall, London,
A commission by Westminster City Council to commemorate the Eighty-two members of the council who died during the First World War 1914-1918. Eighty-two shards of Carrara marble were hand crafted to represent each induvial life that was lost. The marble shards are centered within a circular steel plaque, which is two meters in diameter, which include the names of the individuals who lost their lives.
The memorial was unveiled on the 8th December 2016. Attended by: The Dean of Westminster, councillors, council officers and schoolchildren from Burdetts Coutts and St Gabriel’s Schools.
Situated on Victoria Street, as Kings Gate Place, in close proximity to the entrance of Westminster City Hall the great war memorial server as the annual focal point for the councils remembrance ceremonials. The memorial has been recognised on the imperial war museum War Memorials Register which is a comprehensive national register of the UK’s war memorials and the names of the individuals they commemorate.
Westminster City Council
64 Victoria Street, London
H 3m x W 1.9m x L 1.9m
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