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On the drawing board at the moment is Northenden War Memorial. We are looking at conservation works to the landscape along with improved access.
Here we share with you some images of the memorial - past, present and future.
Northenden War Memorial 1922
This is an artists impression of the war memorial taken from The Stockport Advertiser, April 28th 1922.
Northenden War Memorial mid 20th Century
This photograph is of Durham Light Infantryman, Brereton, blowing the last post during a Remembrance Sunday service, exact date unknown.
Northenden War Memorial 2015
A recent photograph of the memorial following Remembrance Sunday 2015, showing the memorial site in need of a little TLC.
Northenden War Memorial future
An iarchitect sketch of the proposed new level access route, new safe steps and wild flower poppy planting areas. Also proposed are refurbishment works to the crazy paving to level the surface and drain away the puddles.
If you have any old photographs of the Northenden War Memorial we would love to see them. Please email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Leach, principal architect at i-architect