This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL455SE CAMBRIDGE HIGH STREET Trumpington
667/12/10098 Trumpington War Memorial
First World War memorial. 1921 by Eric Gill for Dr Wingate. Stone. Square pedestal of 3 steps supports square plinth, each face of which has 3 roll-moulded round-headed arches. The south side has inscribed names of the fallen in the outer arches, 1939-1945 in the centre. East side with 1914 in the left arch, 1918 in the right and centre inscription: 'MEN/OF TRUM-/PINGTON/WHO GAVE/THEIR LIVES/IN THE/GREAT/WAR'. North side without inscriptions. West side with blank outer arches and centre inscription: 'FOR/LIBERTY / AND/JUSTICE'. Tapering square-section shaft terminating with a Latin cross and with 2 roll-moulded panels to lower half of each facet. Lower panels are round-headed, upper panels in shape of elongated oval. The lower panels each have high-relief carving. South side has figure of foot-slogging soldier in army greatcoat, tin hat and shouldered rifle traversing blasted landscape with broken trees towards the setting sun. East side with St George slaying the dragon. North side with St Michael also slaying a dragon with the Spear of Justice under the Hand of God, while an angel observes. West side with the Virgin and Child enthroned, with a flaming torch. Upper panels each have a small patee cross at top and bottom an the names of 9 fallen.
Listing NGR: TL4455455119
© John Marriage. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Marriage, John
Rights Holder: Marriage, John
Stone, 20th Century War Memorial, Commemorative, Commemorative Monument
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