Memorials - Hutton - Grammar School WW1 Gate
Location: Hutton Grammar School, Hutton, Preston, PR4 5SN
The War Memorial Gates were opened on Thursday, 29 November, 1923 by the Headmaster Lieutenant-Colonel the Reverend C. P. Hines O.B.E. and other dignitaries.
Brick gateway with wooden gates. Central structure with a tiled and hipped roof. This structure bears an inlaid tablet on one side (school side) with latin inscription and on the other face (road side) a plaque bearing an inscription in English. This structure has a small gateway within it but is flanked by much larger wooden gates. These are supported on the far sides by brick gate posts, smaller and simpler than the central gateway.
Lancashire Daily Post - 4, 6, 7 & 8 December, 1926
Lancashire Daily Post - Thursday 9 December 1926.
HOLD IN HONOUR
ALL YE WHO ENTER HERE
WHO WENT FORTH
TO SERVE IN THE
NEMO HABET, UT
PONAT QUIS PRO
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Edited 15 March 2016
Image (C) Charles O'Donnell