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Poole Park War Memorial Restoration Project

This is Sunday’s moving Remembrance Service at the newly restored Poole Park War Memorial.  It was an honour for Hall Conservation to be chosen to restore such a well loved and important memorial.  Sunday’s service on 11th November, was a very very well-attended event.  Ha
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NEWS – Poole Park War Memorial Reopens

Hall Conservation is looking forward to the Saturday 10th November re-opening event for the Poole Park War Memorial which we’ve had the pleasure of restoring. Elements restored include the gates, coat of arms, and the stone memorials. The gates were removed for extensive cleaning and
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HISTORIC ENGLAND CASE STUDY – Tottenham War Memorial

Hall Conservation is delighted to announce that our award-nominated work on the conservation of the Tottenham War Memorial has been included as part of a case study produced by Historic England. The case study is entitled: “Conserving War Memorials Case Study: Surface Treatment
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Tottenham War Memorial

Tottenham War Memorial stands on Tottenham High Road.  It was unveiled in 1923 to commemorate those who lost their lives in the First World War. It received Grade II listed status in 2002. The memorial consists of a bronze statue of a laurel-crowned angel with outstretched wings holdi
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NEWS – RICS Award Nomination 2017 for Tottenham War Memorial

Delighted to announce that our work on the Tottenham War Memorial has been shortlisted in the Building Conservation category of the RICS Awards for 2017. The Tottenham War Memorial is listed along with nine other nominees in the London section of the RICS awards which will be presente
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Event – Kirkintilloch & Campsie Parish War Memorials Press Call

WAR MEMORIALS RESTORED TO FORMER GLORY Press Release by East Dunbartonshire Council – 28th Feb 2017 “War memorials in Kirkintilloch and Lennoxtown have been returned to their former glory, thanks to great partnership working between the Centenary Memorials Restoration Fund
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Castle Headingham War Memorial, Essex

Hall Conservation were asked to restore the lead cross from the top of the Castle Hedingham War Memorial in Essex. The cross is a memorial to those who fell in the Great War of 1914-18 and the memorial itself dates from 1921. After examination, the cross was found to be in generally g
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Lindemann Battery Memorial, Dover

Hall Conservation were asked to examine the Lindemann Battery Memorial located on Dover’s seafront and to propose conservation treatments for it. The memorial is partly made from armour plating from one of the turrets of the original Lindemann Battery that fired shells at Dover from C
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Stockwell War Memorial Clock Tower

Hall Conservation were asked to replace windows on the well known Stockwell War Memorial Clock Tower in London. This war memorial, in Portland stone, commemorates 574 of the men that lost their lives in World War I. The monument is the design of local architect, Frank T Dear, who won
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First and Second World War Memorials, War Memorials Trust, London

The original buildings where the memorials were installed were demolished, but the memorials were salvaged by the War Memorial Trust, as part of their remit is to preserve and re-locate displaced memorials. After being saved, the two bronze and one marble war memorial had been kept in
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