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A clock tower dressed with ashlar (finely dressed stone) blocks and white marble inscription panels with lead letters. There is an oak door to the rear which gives access to the inside. It has wrought iron dwarf railings with knob topped twist standards and twist rails link the front faces of pilasters. There is a slender, square three staged tower, with three stepped base, angled pilasters, stepped and chamfered plinths and moulded strings.
stone, bronze & wrought iron
commissioned by Amble War Memorial Committee
Amble Town Council
Grade II (England and Wales)
9th May 1925
at all times
inscription, with names, north face: TO THE / GLORY OF GOD / AND IN MEMORY OF / THE MEN OF AMBLE / WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR / 1914-1918 / THE SITE / FOR THIS MEMORIAL / WAS GIVEN BY / E.M. LAWSON-SMITH ESQ. / IN MEMORY OF / HIS TWO SONS / WHO FELL IN / THE GREAT WAR; and on east and west faces: THEIR NAMES SHALL BE HELD IN / EVERLASTING REMEMBRANCE; and on north bottom plaque: ALSO OF THOSE WHO FELL IN THE WAR 1939-1945