Remembering the Warwick Fallen of the two World Wars
The First World War
Information about the 365 Warwick people commemorated, and what happened in Warwick in WW1
The War Memorial Project
Unlocking Warwick volunteers have been finding the stories behind the names on the Warwick memorial.
The Town Remembers
Other memorials are in local schools, churches, museums and parks
The Second World War
Personal stories of the 112 local servicemen who died, and memories of the town in WW2
Send Us Your Family Stories
Do you have information, letters or a photograph of a relative who lived in Warwick and died in WW1 or WW2?
The Story of the War Memorial
Unveiled in 1921 before a huge crowd, the war memorial in Church Street, Warwick, is an Eleanor Cross spire featuring carved symbols of Warwickshire.
It stands by the churchyard railings where casualty lists were posted during WW1.