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War Memorials

Last Modified October 19, 2015

Radlett War Memorial close upThere is at least one memorial in each town and village in Hertsmere. Each one is different and displays a proud elegance, fitting of the brave men and women who gave their lives and whose names are etched on their side.

The memorials are a permanent reminder of the sacrifices made, ultimately for the freedom each of us experience today.

Borehamwood War Memorial stands in the busiest part of town opposite Elstree Studios. 

Radlett has a beautiful tall memorial on the corner of Watling Street and Shenley Hill.

Letchmore Heath in Aldenham parish contains a particularly fine war memorial in the small village green outside the Three Horseshoes. It stands almost 20ft high.

Other memorials can be found at: 

  • Bushey - School Lane
  • Elstree - Elstree Hill North just beyond St Nicholas Church
  • Potters Bar - by Oakmere Park and the Prisoner of War Memorial in Mutton Lane
  • Shenley - by the pond
  • South Mimms - by the White Hart Public House

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