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bronze, granite & Portland stone
H 550 x W (?) x D (?) cm;
Plinth: H 135 x W 212 x D 129 cm
Grade II* (England and Wales)
21st May 1924
time restrictions apply
Park opening times.
self-base: ADRIAN JONES + SC; frieze, front face, lower left-hand corner: ADRIAN / JONES; frieze, left face, lower right-hand corner: ADRIAN / JONES / 1924; lower border of the frieze, rear face, left: A. B. BURTON / FOUNDER
pedestal: ERECTED / BY THE / CAVALRY OF THE EMPIRE / IN MEMORY OF / COMRADES / WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES / IN THE WAR / 1914 1919 / ALSO / IN THE WAR / 1939 1945 / AND ON ACTIVE SERVICE THEREAFTER; rear stone wall across the top: CAVALRY OF THE EMPIRE plaque: 1914 1919 / [NAMES OF THE CAVALRY UNITS]; scrolls, left to right: FRENCH HAIG ALLENBY ROBERTSON