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Closed 31/12/2019

raised of £25,000 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £310 to build a new website for The North East War Memorials Project enabling the information from 30 years of research to continue to be available.

    North East of England
    Funded on Tuesday, 31st December 2019

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    The North East War Memorials Project is a registered charity. - is a unique web site which covers the North East of England - from the River Tweed to the River Tees. We have recorded over 4,800 War Memorials in the area and told the stories of over 13000 men and women from all wars and conflicts. The web site is searchable by Surname or Place. is twelve years old and creaking at the seams.

    Our web site provider has emailed:-

    Not good news I am afraid.

    We have tried to get the website working on our new servers but it is impossible. They simply are not compatible.

    We can keep the site running on the old server but I do not know for how long. However, we will keep it running for as long as technically possible

    So unless we can raise £25000 this valuable resource to the North East will disappear.

    If you believe like Project Members that is an indispensable resource for the History and Heritage of the North East and should continue to be available for the people of the North East and those with North East Connections please consider making a donation.

    We are looking for sponsors to preserve the Digital Memory of our War Memorial Records. Search our vast data base by town or village to see the list of memorials honouring the men and women of that area – you can dedicate your sponsorship to the memory of a relative.

    Many war memorials were also raised by public bodies and work places the modern day descendants of these will hopefully help by sponsoring the Digital Memory of their former employees.

    Anonymous donations are also welcome



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      Page last updated on: 4/15/2019 17.47



      • Anonymous


        Apr 15, 2019


      • Ian Smith

        Ian Smith

        Dec 17, 2018


      • andy plant

        andy plant

        Dec 10, 2018


      • brian witts

        brian witts

        Dec 7, 2018

        Hope this helps, you need to promote this more and keep it in peoples minds. Can you apply for lottery money?


      • Michael Skipsey

        Michael Skipsey

        Dec 3, 2018

        In memory of my uncle Edward Smart Skipsey whose inscription is on the Blyth War Memorial and in St. Mary’s Church, Blyth


      • Anonymous


        Nov 30, 2018


      • Rcihard Judd

        Rcihard Judd

        Nov 28, 2018

        Will do my best to promote and support this very much needed appeal so that records can be maintained for us now but for future generations tooPlease do support in which ever way you can


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      Dorothy Anne Hall

      Dorothy Anne Hall

      North East of England

      Secretary of the North East War Memorials Project since 2004.

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