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Sombre reminder

This has to be one of the most magnificent war memorials in the country. The design is stunning and... read more

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BramleyLoiner21
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Remarkable and wonderful

Whilst staying in Liverpool for the Rugby League International match, I decided to visit Port... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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King Grorge Drive, Port Sunlight, England
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

This memorial is fitting of a great city such is its size, design and execution. It lies in the very heart of the Port Sunlight Village in the most prominent position. The founder of the village and employer of its residents, William Lever, was anxious...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This has to be one of the most magnificent war memorials in the country. The design is stunning and a proper tribute to the workers who gave their lives for us.

Thank BramleyLoiner21
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Whilst staying in Liverpool for the Rugby League International match, I decided to visit Port Sunlight, after seeing the place featured on Flog It on the BBC. I caught the bus from Liverpool, which travels under the Mersey via Birkenhead, and drops you right beside...More

Thank DonaldM739
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I believe this is the largest war memorial in the country and it is certainly impressive. The figures around the base are beautiful.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What better time of year to take a moment or more to remember the fallen from the two world wars. This is a magnificent monument - and a fitting reminder of just how much both wars impacted on every community in the country.

Thank Robin D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is the most beautiful war memorial I have ever seem! The bronze sculptures are wonderful and and well worth seeing. The whole village is wonderful and a great memorial in itself to a great humanitarian and an employer who truly cared about his employees...More

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Reviewed 10 September 2018

Within the quiet surroundings of Port Sunlight, this made for an imposing landmark at the opposite end of the long arcade garden to The Lady Lever Gallery. I enjoyed a peaceful sit for a while within the enclosed area, set within a roundabout, the bronze...More

Thank Nick D
Reviewed 20 August 2018

We were staying in Liverpool & had a trip over to Port Sunlight. A Wonderful Village where in the Central Avenue, you will see the Port Sunlight War Memorial to those that died in the Great War & WW11. A fitting Memorial to those that...More

Thank Roger97544
Reviewed 7 August 2018

This large memorial sits at a cross roads in the village and is an impressive and thought provoking piece of artwork dedicated to those Port Sunlight workers who died in World War I, it was later updated to include those also from World War II...More

Thank merry707
Reviewed 18 July 2018

We mourn our dead killed in battle, whether it's a good thing to tell them its a wonderful thing to die for your country I do not know. This is a memorial of its time, post WW1 it has montages of groups of soldiers, children,...More

Thank christopher d
Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

750 workers left from Port Sunlight to fight in the First World War. Not many came back alive. This large memorial in the centre of the village pays homage to these people. A well done and suitable memorial.

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You may be best emailing the museum. See if they can help you further. :)
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