County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, in
collaboration with two local residents and a dedicated local
reporter, is proud to announce the unveiling of a new memorial to
honor the names of fallen heroes from World War I and II who were
previously missing from an existing memorial. The memorial, located
in the grounds of Darlington Memorial Hospital, within Memorial
Hall, serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by these
The project, spearheaded by two passionate local residents and
supported by the hospital's NHS Trust, involved extensive research
and investigation to identify the names of those who were missing
from the original memorial.
On Remembrance Weekend, the new installations will be unveiled,
providing a fitting tribute to the brave who gave their lives in
service to their country. The memorial serves as a place of
reflection and remembrance for both hospital staff and the wider
The NHS Trust is honored to have been able to support this
important initiative and contribute to the creation and
installation of the missing names. The memorial stands as a
testament to the Trust's commitment to honouring the sacrifices
made by those who fought for our freedom.
We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the two local
residents and the dedicated local reporter for their tireless
efforts in researching and identifying the missing names. Their
dedication and passion have ensured that these fallen heroes are
finally recognised and remembered.
The unveiling of the new memorial is a significant moment for
Darlington Memorial Hospital and the entire community. It serves as
a reminder of the bravery and selflessness of those who made the
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