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I was brought up 25 yds from this monument in the old butchers yard
I remember many years of attending on nov11th and later years as the local boys bregade and later as scout leader
Some of my relatives are remembered on the stone
The people of Alfreton are justifiably proud of this memorial, it is in a prominent place in the town and is seen by hundreds daily. i attend the service every November and over the years it has got bigger. its a memorial to be proud...More
This is a little weary and a little worn, despite the fact it commemorates live lost in two World Wars - why it should appear on Tripadvisor is beyond understanding. For those who do not know England, you will find something similar and as important...More
I visit the war memorial every year so show my respect to the fallen in wars past and present it always makes me sad when the traffic is stopped at 11 For 5 mins and u get somebody pipping their horns because they carnt wait...More
Passing by the statue I had time to stand and take in the real meaning of it being there, I have passed by many a time with out looking at it, much to my dismay what I had been missing a great monument, which all...More
This impressive memorial is situated at the top of King Street in Alfreton.
There's limited parking in the immediate area but there are alternatives not too far away.
It's next to the main A61 in the town centre so it's not a quiet place but...More
A very fitting memorial from 2 world wars to the men and women who gave their lives, also included fallen from Korean and middle eastern wars and up to the present era so a continual reference to brave acts. The memorial is sculptured in bronze...More