List number: 1391869
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU1062533817

War Memorial, Belford


The war memorial in Belford was unveiled on the 26th of March 1922 by Dr. James McDonald, and dedicated by Rev. F. Goodburn Buffey.[1] The memorial, a "stone of remembrance", located in front of the Belford Community Club, was built to commemorate 56 local servicemen who lost their lives in the First World War. Later, it was further dedicated to 20 servicemen and one civilian who were killed in the Second World War.[2] The memorial is Grade II listed. 

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Belford War Memorial

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Belford Community Club

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Belford War Memorial - List Entry
- "....First World War Memorial with Second World War additions. Erected in 1922. Constructed of freestone with bronze plaques. A tiered stone of remembrance formed of a stepped wall, flanked by ...

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BELFORD
- "...Stone of remembrance....Monument made of sandstone blocks, to which another course of blocks has been added later. Flanking panels of sandstone curve in front to give a frontage which ...

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Belford - Monument 1914-18 1939-45 Roadside

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