Memorials in Loughborough

 



Loughborough Carillon (left), Emmanuel Church (top right), All Saints Church, Thorpe Acre (bottom right)
The Loughborough Carillon was erected as a war memorial in 1923.
The original list of names on the memorial can be found on this site in The List of the Fallen. Since then there have been a number of amendments and additions, and these form the basis of this website as the "Roll of Honour".

A number of other war memorials, listing people from Loughborough and people with a strong link to the town who were killed in World War One and World War Two, have been created by various other organisations such as such as churches, schools and companies.

The memorials listed below give the names of those who died who were associated with each institution. Clicking on a particular memorial image will take you to a page which includes a transcription of the names on the memorial as they appear there, including rank and regiment in a few cases.

Where it is possible to identify those named on memorials with individuals whose details appear on the "Roll of Honour", links have been created to give more information.


Brush Electrical Engineering Company Memorial

WW1 memorial (55 names with rank and regiment)
Original location: Brush Works, Loughborough
Current location: Carillon War Memorial Museum, Queens Park, Loughborough

Baxtergate Baptist Memorial

WW1 memorial (23 names)
Location: Baptist Church, Baxtergate, Loughborough

Woodgate Baptist Memorial

WW1 (13 names) and WW2 (3 names) memorials
Original location: Woodgate, Loughborough
Current location: Baptist Church, Baxtergate, Loughborough


All Saints Church, Thorpe Acre

WW1 (8 names) and WW2 (13 names) memorials
Location: All Saints Church, Thorpe Acre Rd, Loughborough

Rosebery School Memorial

WW1 memorial (56 names with rank)
Original location: Rosebery School, Storer Road, Loughborough
Current location: Carillon War Memorial Museum, Queens Park, Loughborough

Loughborough Parish Church (All Saints)

WW1 (86 names) and WW2 (30 names) memorials
Original location: All Saints Church, Church Gate, Loughborough
Current location: As above, but church renamed: All Saints with Holy Trinity.

Loughborough Parish Church (Holy Trinity Church)

WW1 (28 names with rank) and WW2 (9 names with rank) memorials
Original location: Holy Trinity Church, Moor Lane, Loughborough
Current location: All Saints with Holy Trinity, Church Gate, Loughborough.

Loughborough Grammar School

WW1 (53 names) and WW2 (60 names) memorials
Location: Hodson Hall, Loughborough Grammar School, Burton Walks, Loughborough

Saint Peter's Church

WW1 memorial (111 names)
Original location: Saint Peter's Church, Storer Road, Loughborough
Current location: Saint Peter's Centre (Open Heaven and Elim Churches partnership), Storer Road, Loughborough


Emmanuel Church

WW1 memorial (75 names)
Location: Emmanuel Church, Forest Road, Loughborough