This memorial commemorates the 4 employees of Horseley Heath Post Office killed in the Great War. This was originally displayed in the Post Office on the corner of Horseley Heath and Horseley Road, the building is still standing (2015) but is no longer in use. The memorial is now in the Post Office Sorting Office located on the Hale Trading Estate, off Lower Church Lane.
The attractive memorial tablet is made of marble, with recessed carving of the text which is coloured black. A further plaque is displayed below it commemorating a further 2 men killed in the Second World War.
To see the detail page for an individual casualty, just click anywhere on their row.
|Surname||Forename||Rank/Number||Regiment||Date of Death|
|Bassett||Charles||Pte 7193||10th Royal Warwicks||18 Nov 1916|
|Bond||Charles||Pte 7884||2nd South Staffs||17 Nov 1918|
|Sargeant||Thomas||Sgt 7312||10th Royal Warwicks||30 July 1916|
|Saul||Henry||Pte 241611||2nd/6th South Staffs||23 Sept 1917|