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painted galvanised steel, marble & bronze lettering
commissioned by Cardiff Bay Arts Trust; purchased by donations
at all times
in metal lettering within the mosaic ring around the base: IN MEMORY OF THE MERCHANT SEAFARERS FROM THE PORTS OF BARRY PENARTH CARDIFF WHO DIED IN TIMES OF WAR; on a mooring bollard: Merchant Seafarers' War Memorial (1997) / This memorial commemorates / the merchant seamen who sailed / from the ports of Cardiff, Penarth / and Barry during the Second / World War, never to return. / This plaque is installed in the / memory of / William Henke MBE (1918-2000), / President of the / Merchant Navy Association (Wales), whose personal endeavours / secured this memorial. / The memorial was funded through / donations from / Cardiff Bay Development Corporation, / Cardiff County Council, / Grosvenor Waterside / and many Private donors and is / adopted by Peter Haines of / Amethyst Marine Services. / Artist: Brian Fell / Mosaic: Louise Shenstone / and Adrian Butler / The project was commissioned through / CBAT / The Arts & Regeneration Agency.