Carlisle City Centre Cenotaph is to be found in the City Centre, Carlisle
and takes the form of a granite cenotaph mounted on a baee with a dedicatory
plaque and a bronze cross. This commemorates the men who died in World
War 2 and was dedicated and unveiled by the Bishop of Carlisle 16th
November 1990; The masons were Messrs. John Fyfe, the designer Mr david
Andrew Walmsley, the builders were Laing Stonemasonry Ltd, the mason
Cubby Construction Ltd and the foundry Porter Engineering.
original Cenotaph is to be found in Rickerby Park, Carlisle, Cumbria
and takes the form of a granite cenotaph, the granite talen from Shap
Fell, which holds the county, town and Regimental crests at the base
and a wreath at the top; the whole stands on a raised platform. It was
unveiled by the Earl of Lonsdale 25th May 1922; the architect was Sir
Robert Lorimer. There are no names listed on the memorial. It commemorates
the men who fell in World War 1.
small city centre cenotaph is attended by many each year whereas the
Rickerby Park Cenotaph receives only a couple of people paying their
respects at 11am on Remembrance Day.