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Walls of remembrance unveiled in Southampton

Daily Echo: Walls of remembrance unveiled in Southampton

10:30am Saturday 12th November 2011

NEW glass memorial walls to commemorate all Southampton's war dead are unveiled next to the city's Cenotaph.

The stories of heroism that cannot be forgotten

Daily Echo: Bob McPherson

11:00am Friday 11th November 2011

As schoolchildren and veterans gather in Southampton for today’s special Armistice Day ceremony JON REEVE reveals the remarkable stories behind four of the new names to be unveiled on the city’s new memorial walls in Watts Park.

Work begins on new war memorial

Daily Echo: Work begins on the Memorial Walls along Southampton Cenotaph

10:11am Tuesday 6th September 2011

WORK on the new memorial walls to commemorate Southampton’s fallen heroes is under way.

Don’t forget their sacrifice

Daily Echo: How the Memorial Wall at Southampton Cenotaph will look

9:47am Wednesday 28th July 2010

RELATIVES of men and women from Southampton who lost their lives serving in all conflicts since the First World War are being urged to make sure their bravery is not forgotten.

Young people urged to help honour war heroes

Daily Echo: Alice Weavers, chairman of SCYP, with Cllr John Hannides and Archie Parsons from the RBL

SOUTHAMPTON’S Youth Parliament is calling on the youngsters to get behind a fundraising effort to build new walls of remembrance in the city.

Memorial walls design revealed

Daily Echo: How the memorial walls at the Cenotaph may look.

10:52am Thursday 28th January 2010

DESIGNS for new memorial walls to commemorate all of Southampton’s fallen heroes have been unveiled next week.

Cenotaph protected

Daily Echo: Southampton Cenotaph

10:19am Friday 13th November 2009

SOUTHAMPTON’S cenotaph has been upgraded to a Grade II* listing, English Heritage has announced.

Civic chiefs’ proposed tribute to war dead

Daily Echo: Civic chiefs’ proposed tribute to war dead

THESE are the new glass walls of remembrance civic chiefs hope to erect beside Southampton’s Cenotaph.

Memorial walls backed by veterans honoured for keeping us safe

Daily Echo: Memorial walls backed by veterans honoured for keeping us safe

VETERANS and city MP John Denham back the Cenotaph walls campaign at a ceremony to award special badges for those who served in the armed forces and Merchant Navy.

The Daily Echo launches phone and text appeal

Daily Echo: The Daily Echo launches phone and text appeal

PEOPLE can now donate to the campaign for Walls of Remembrance in Southampton by phone and text.

Shoppers dig deep for memorial walls

Daily Echo: Sea cadets and Air cadets are joined by town crier John Melody in Above Bar, Southampton.

11:02am Monday 29th June 2009

WE will remember them. That was the message from the streets of Southampton as support flooded in for the Daily Echo backed campaign to build new memorial walls to commemorate the city’s war dead.

Army of volunteers to raise memorial cash

Daily Echo: Burt Allen, Sue and Archie Parsons and John Parker at the Royal British Legion offices in Eastgate get set for the street collection at the weekend. 	Echo picture by Matt Watson. Order no: 8779900

4:52pm Friday 26th June 2009

VOLUNTEERS will take to the streets and shopping malls of Southampton tomorrow to raise cash for new memorial walls.

Launch of war walls cash appeal

Daily Echo: Echo receptionists Amy France and Sam Hobbs

3:26pm Thursday 25th June 2009

THE Daily Echo today launches a cash collection appeal to help build new war memorial walls in Southampton.

Cash flows in for memorial

Daily Echo: Southampton Cenotaph

1:33pm Saturday 20th June 2009

HUNDREDS of pounds of donations have begun to pour into a fund to build new war memorial walls in Southampton.

D-Day veteran Ernie salutes remembrance plans

Daily Echo: Ernie Spacagna

1:43pm Monday 15th June 2009

IT would be the best birthday present ever for Southampton’s oldest D-Day veteran.

Let’s carve their names with pride on memorial walls

Daily Echo: Barry McMaster

9:57am Friday 12th June 2009

THE names of all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country will be remembered on Southampton’s walls of remembrance.

We will remember

Daily Echo: Full support: Don New, front, with residents of Ironside Court

SECOND World War veterans in the city are first to back Cenotaph memorial walls campaign

Fading cenotaph names to be added to memorial wall

Daily Echo: An impression of the new wall alongside Southampton Cenotaph

11:47am Wednesday 10th June 2009

THEY will stand as a lasting memorial to the bravery and sacrifice made by all Southampton’s war dead.

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