heatherannej Posted 12 November , 2013 Share Posted 12 November , 2013 Hello All .... as a P.S. to this thread:- I've been in touch with a local Stoke historian in connection with this Mayne Memorial re my research on WW1 hospitals - in this case, Harwich. He has carried out research on the Memorial and this is still ongoing - he discovered that this Mayne Memorial was not on the War Memorials Trust and contacted them – it is now recorded with them. The same gentleman was also instrumental in getting the Memorial placed on the ‘War Memorials at Risk Register’, which is maintained by the Imperial War Museum. Mr. Jon Goodwin (Stoke City Council Memorial Conservation Officer) knows about the aforementioned and has stated that a programme of historic building recording will be required before any demolition takes place ...... thus the future of any memorials (the Mayne Memorial included) will be determined before any demolition work on the site commences. So ... fingers crossed :-) Anyway, all aforementioned contacts have been made possible via help given to me from you all. Many thanks Heather Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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