Hurley and Wood End War Memorial, Heanley Lane, Hurley, Warwickshire

Description of this historic site

Stone obelisk war memorial to commemorate the men of Hurley and Wood End who died in both WW1 and WW2. Situated in cemetery on the right side of Heanley Lane going north from Hurley.

Notes about this historic site

1 Stone obelisk within cemetery. Square stone plinth. Two-stepped stone base. Inscription and names in black lettering on base. Unveiled July 1920. Both WW1 (41 names) and WW2 (8 names).
Obelisk (front): THEIR/ NAME/ LIVETH/ FOR/ EVERMORE
Plinth (front): TO THE REVERED /AND UNDYING MEMORY/ OF THE MEN OF/ HURLEY AND WOOD END/ WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR/ 1914-1919
Plinth (l & r sides): (NAMES)
(back): 1939-1945/ (NAMES)
Sculptor Henry Charles Mitchell.
2 Colour photograph of memorial obelisk page 52.