Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)
Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)

© The Estate of Jill Tweed. Image credit: Michael Parry / Art UK

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A portrait bust of Admiral of the Fleet, Lord Fieldhouse of Gosport, in military uniform. The sculpture is set on a concrete pedestal.

Admiral Sir John Fieldhouse (1928–1992)





Accession number


Acquisition method

purchased by the Borough of Gosport, the Submarine Service, and his friends

Work type



Gosport Borough Council


Gosport Borough Council

Work status


Unveiling date

22nd February 1993


at all times

Inscription description

plaque one: ADMIRAL of the FLEET / THE LORD FIELDHOUSE/ of / GOSPORT GCB GBE / 1928 -1992; plaque two: Unveiled by / HRH THE DUKE of EDINBURGH / 22 Feb 1993 / Erected by the Borough of GOSPORT / the SUBMARINE SERVICE, and his / Friends - in appreciation of / a Great and much loved Man. / Sculptor Jill Tweed; plaque three: THE LADY MARGARET ELLEN CAREY / FIELDHOUSE ("MIDGE") / 1927-2011


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Located at

Falklands Gardens, Gosport

PO12 1AD