Donated Hearts - 1


6001 Karen Rowe

6001 Karen Rowe - Gas Casualties of WW1

To highlight the 185,000 British and Empire gas casualties.

6003 A Time Never to be Forgotten - Elaine Day (Nor)

6003 Elaine Day - A Time Never to be Forgotten

6005 A Loved Brother - Shirley McKeand (OLL, Sco)

6005 Shirley McKeand - A Loved Brother

Remembering a brother, one of five sons, all of whom enlisted

6006 They had No Choice Janet Corcoran (Nor)

6006 Janet Corcoran - They had No Choice

Inspired by the memorial in Hyde Park London which commemorates all animals of WW1

6009 Hull 1916 Germaine Fairclough (Nor)

6009 Germaine Faircloough - Hull 1916

To remember those killed in the August 1916 air raid on Hull

6010 In Memory of Their Yesterdays Janis Daly

6010 Janis Daly - In Memory of Their Yesterdays

From the epitaph composed by John Maxwell Edmonds -

"When you go home, tell them of us and say,

For your tomorrows these gave their today"

6011 Patched Up Gillian Arkley (OLL)

6011 Gillian Arkley - Patched Up

Remembering soliders and those at home with physical wounds, mental illness and emotional turmoil, and the VADs who nursed them

6012 Mary-Ann Farmer (Bck, Lnd)

6012 Mary-Ann Farmer - Make Do and Mend

The culture of recycling which began during the conflict of WW1

6013 Margaret Davie Cousin Charlie

6013 Margaret Davie - Cousin Charlie

Remembering a gunner who served with the Royal Field Artillery

6014 Sue Anderson Remembrance

6014 Sue Anderson - Remembrance

6021 Pauline Heywood (NEC, Ten, Yeo)

6021 Pauline Heywood - From the Field of Lincolnshire to the Holy Land

Remembering those sent overseas

6025  Brenda Howard (Nor)

6025 Brenda Howard - For Those who Waited

6026 Sally Wilkinson (Frm, Yeo)

6026 Sally Wilkinson - Crew of 853

HMS Black Prince sank at the Battle of Jutland with the loss of 853 lives

6028 Ann Wheeler (Std, Wst)

6028 Ann Wheeler - In memory of George

6029 Janet Lewis

6029 Janet Lewis - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6030 Jenny Stevenson (NEC, Nor)

6030 Jenny Stevenson - RAF 100

Commemorating the creation of the RAF in 1914

6034 Joan Bainbridge Ten, Hgt, Sco

6034 Joan Bainbridge - Nathan

6041 Janet Payne Nor

6041 Janet Payne

In Memory of Professor Tonks

Prof Tonks worked alongside Harold Gillies. Together their work was invaluable in advancing plastic surgery

6042 Joyce Monery Lnd Yeo

6042 Joyce Monery - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

Over 100,000 carrier pigeons served with British Forces in WW1

6043 Anne Darling NEC Nor

6043 Anne Darling - Spring Offensive

Remembering the poetry of Wilfred Owen

6046 Helen McRae OLL Sco

6046 Helen McRae - A Brave Young Man

Remembering a grandfather who fought with the Machine Gun Corps, Northumberland Fusiliers

6047 Jane Etherington Lnd Yeo

6047 Jane Etherington - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6048 Margaret Sandwell (Cht, Wst, Std)

6048 Margaret Sandwell - In Memory of George Henry

Remembering those who worked on airships

6050 Eileen Hunter

6050 - Eileen Hunter - Forget Me Not

6052 Susan Parvini

6052 Susan Parvini - Arthur James Gunter, RFA, Wiltshire

6053 Sue Robinson

6053 Sue Robinson - To You, Forever

6054 Carol Garland

6054 Carole Garland - Their Lives Were Taken

6056 Ruth Hollings

6056 Ruth Hollings - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6064 Pam Keeling

6064 Pam Keeling - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6065 Margaret McAlpine

6065 Margaret McAlpine - Peace

6066 Ruth Neller

6066 Ruth Neller - Women's Land Army

6067 Joan Thistleton

6067 Joan Thistleton - In Memory of My Grandfather

He served with the Oxford and Buckingham Light Infantry

6073 Susie Luke

6073 Susie Luke - Remembering Grandfather

Lt. John Luke served with the Durham Light Infantry

6076 Mary Thomas

6076 Mary Thomas - Wounded in Action

Royal Irish Regiment who fought in Gallipoli

6079 Sue Chisnall-Sumner

6079 Sue Chisnall-Sumner - Bring Us Home

Stretcher bearers and to remember Netley Hospital, Southampton

6083 Jenny Furlong

6083 Jenny Furlong - To Remember WW1, 1914-1918

Inspired by Wilfred Owen's poem, Dulce e Decorum Est

6085 Russell Ramsden

6085 Russell Ramsden - Souvenir

A reference to the embroidered handkerchief bought home by his 18yr old grandfather who returned from WW1

6089 Sandie Maher

6089 Sandie Maher - Submarines of WW1

6092 Jane Hare

6092 Jane Hare - The Munitionettes

Remembering the women who worked in the munitions factories

6093 Yvonne Downing

6093 Yvonne Downing - Not One Man Wavered or Walked Back

7.30am 1 July 1916, 720 Accrington Pals left their trenches

6094 Carole Wade

6094 Carol Wade - Missing You

6097 Lorraine Challis

6097 Lorraine Challis - Commemorating Robert Challis

Private of the Oxfordshire Regiment

6099 Maureen Ergeneli

6099 Maureen Ergeneli - Forget Them Not

6100 Alexia Gardner

6100 Alexia Gardner - Warhorse

Inspired by Michael Morpurgo's book.

Piece done in the form of a book

6102 Janet Vance

6102 Janet Vance - Lest We Forget

6103 Jacqueline Holmes

6103 Jacqueline Holmes - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6104 Sue Woods

6104 Sue Woods - Peace 1918

6105 Eileen Rayner

6105 Eileen Rayner - All the Animals Involved in War

6106 Lindsay Florey

6106 Lindsay Florey - Conscientious Objection

Quotation from JF Kennedy and the conscientious objectors commemorative stone

6110 Brenda Banfield

6110 Brenda Banfield - Royal Engineers

6111 Dorothy Huntingdon

6111 Dorothy Huntingdon - War Baby

6114  Toni Houbart

6114 Toni Houbart - 'Till we are all Home again

6115 Ann Richards

6115 Ann Richards - In Memoriam

6116 Anne Thumpson

6116 Anne Thumpston - Three Brothers

Three brothers went to fight, only one returned

6120 Janet Tildesley

6120 Janet Tildesley - My Great Uncle Fred

6121 Hilary Cresswell

6121 Hilary Cresswell - The Cross of the Allies

6122 Carolyn Gibbs

6122 Carolyn Gibbs - God Bless You

6125 Mara Webb

6125 Mara Webb - In Flanders Field

6126 Sandra Kendall

6126 Sandra Kendall - Not Forgotten

6127 Buffy Fieldhouse

6127 Buffy Fieldhouse - Queen Alexandra's Royal Nursing Corps

6129 Pauline Hudson

6129 Pauline Hudson - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6136 Jo Pye

6136 Jo Pye - A Lost Generation

6138 Joan Norton

6138 Joan Norton - Into the Light

6139 Jill Renwick

6139 Jill Renwick - The Homecoming

6140 Susan Drewett

6140 Susan Drewett - Forget Me Not

6141 Ruth Turner

6141 Ruth Turner - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6142 Muriel Smailes

6142 Muriel Smailes - Live Bait Squadron

The loss of 1459 men and boys who were aboard HMS Aboukir, Hogue and Cressy

6143 Jacqueline Gregory

6143 Jacqueline Gregory - RAF 100 Years

Commemorating the foundation of the RAF

6146 Sue Bullock

6146 Sue Bullock - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6147 Sarah Snowball

6147 Sarah Snowball - Lest We Forget

6149 Doris Green

6149 Doris Green - There But Not There

Remembering relatives who served wih the Durham Light Infantry

6151 Sheila Hall

6151 Sheila Hall - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6153  Marina Havinden

6153 Marina Havinden - In Flanders Fields

6158 Sandra McFarlane

6158 Sandra McFarlane - No Longer Fit

A term used to described those discharged due to injury

6159 Gemma Rappensberger

6159 Gemma Rappensberger - Forget Me Not

6160 Vivian Scrase

6160 Vivian Scrase - My Grandfather, Herbert Beaumont

6161 Christine Ashford

6161 Christine Ashford - W C Goffin

6162 Christine Ashford

6162 Christine Ashford - C S Ashford

6163 Kathleen Fox

6163 Kathleen Fox - To Remember WW1, 1914-18

6164 Liz Young

6164 Liz Young - A Thankful Village

Puttenham - a village where all the men who enlisted for war returned safely.

6165

6165 Lynn Pilgrim - Epitaph on my days in hospital

to commemorate the nurses and VADs, and inparticular Vera Brittain. Title of piece taken from poem written by her.

6166 Marguerita McBride

6166 Marguerita McBride - War Horses, The Remount Centre

Lord Lathom offered his land as a training centre for horses and solidiers

6168 Valerie Coleshaw

6168 Valerie Coleshaw - Memory of Grandad

 
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