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With Edward Elgar memorial situated in a prime spot opposite Worcester Cathedral its easily recognised by thousands of visitors. My only observation more information about Edward Elgar should be displayed.
It dominates the south end of the High Street and overlooks the cathedral in which he conducted and played the organ. The Elgar statue is to Worcester what the Alfred the Great statue is to Winchester, a suitable memorial to a city’s greatest son. What...More
A grand statue of Elgar, dominating this road / shop thoroughfare. It requires a bit more information to be displayed, explaining his background / influence on music. There's more information about him in the cathedral (opposite) and a mounted plaque on the wall.
A nice statue, well made and standing tall at end of the High Street. As others have commented, could do with a plaque or something explaining about Elgar.
There's currently a memorial to WWI, with lots of information and interesting photos, displayed next to the...More
the statue is located at the end of the high street, the main pedestrianised shopping street, opposite the cathedral. i was disappointed that there was not more infirmation about one of Worcester’s most famous sons. my visitors wanted to know more and so did i.