War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)
War Memorial (Angel of Victory)

© The Estate of Jill Tweed. Image credit: Anthony McIntosh / Art UK

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A two-stepped base surmounted by stepped plinth, column, and a bronze figure of Victory. There is a dedicatory inscription carved on the front face of the plinth and below it is placed a brass plaque giving details of where the list of those commemorated can be found. A low metal railed fence is placed around the base of the memorial and the whole stands on a circular paved area bordered by a flower bed edged with low hedging. The war memorial was moved to its current location in 1969 and the winged Victory added in 2000.

War Memorial (Angel of Victory)


1930 & 2000


bronze & stone

Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by the Women’s Branch of the Royal British Legion, and purchased by public subscription

Work type

War memorial


Eastleigh Borough Council


Eastleigh Borough Council

Work status


Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Unveiling date

11th November 1930

Listing date



at all times

Inscription description

the front face of the plinth has painted lead lettering which reads: 1914-1918 1939-1945 / TO OUR / GLORIOUS / DEAD; on the first step of the base is inscribed in lead lettering: AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN / AND IN THE MORNING / WE WILL REMEMBER THEM; on the second step is a bronze plaque which is inscribed: THE NAMES OF THE FALLEN ARE RECORDED IN ALL SAINTS CHURCH AND EASTLEIGH MUSEUM, HIGH STREET.; there is a small bronze plaque set into the top of the plinth which states the ANGEL OF VICTORY / SCULPTOR / JILL TWEED FRBS FRSA / 2000.


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Located at

Leigh Road, Eastleigh

SO50 9AL

Located near to the bandstand.