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War Memorials: City Treasurer's WWI
This colourful memorial is located on the second floor of the Council House. It is made from glazed tiles, with gilding,and measures 97cm x 83cm.
The wording, all in capitals, is:
This tablet is erected to the
unfading memory of the under-
mentioned men of the City Treasurer's
Department who whilst serving in
His Majesty's Forces during
the Great War of 1914 made
the supreme sacrifice.
- F. N. Banwell
- C .H. Billingsley
- F. L. Findon
- Alfred Goode
- A. H. Maullin
- C. W. Mould
- C. H. Perkins
- A. T. Pickles
Who dies if England lives?
This part of the Council House is not generally open to the public, but the memorial may be viewed by special arrangement with the Council House curator on 0121 303 2822.
The City Treasurer's World War Two memorial is on the first floor.