Tyne & Wear HER: 1154050
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NU2664604602

War Memorial for Radcliffe at Amble


The War Memorial was dedicated to the men of Radcliffe in Northumberland who lost their lives in the First World War. It was later also dedicated to those lost in the Second World War. In 1970, most of Radcliffe was demolished before open cast mining began in the area. Most of the population were relocated to Amble and the War Memorial was moved to its new location near the Clock Tower War Memorial in Amble. The memorial is Grade II listed. In 2013 the War Memorials Trust provided a grant of £1,820 towards conservation works to the memorial.[1

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The War Memorial for Radcliffe at Amble

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RADCLIFFE WAR MEMORIAL 15 METRES WEST OF CLOCK TOWER - List Entry
- "World War I Memorial. Ashlar with white marble panel. Rectangular plan. Two-stepped base carries upright with moulded plinth and inscribed panel 'IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF RADCLIFFE WHO FELL ...

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RADCLIFFE WITH AMBLE - War Memorial
- "Stone wall with two columns either side of marble plaques with the dedication and names topped by a carving of a wreath and standing on a two-stepped base. The memorial ...

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Radcliffe War Memorial

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War Memorial, Amble
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War Memorial, Amble
- Overview Map Street View The Clock Tower War Memorial in Amble was designed by Will Burton and unveiled on th 9th May 1925, in dedication to the men of amble ...
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War Memorial Trust - Grant - Radcliffe
- "....In 2013 War Memorials Trust offered a grant of £1,820 towards conservation works to the memorial. This included cleaning of the memorial using DOFF steam cleaning system, re-pointing open ...

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