Higher Grade school trees and plaque

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Reference WMO261469

Address:

Adult Education college

Old Hall Street

Wolverhampton

WV1 3AU

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Other
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Tree/s
Materials:
  • Other Other
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: in Old Hall Street are 8 of original 12 trees planted plus a plaque created 2018 inside the adult education building foyer. On the 10th of November 1920 a log book entry reads: "Today the Mayor and Mayoress of the Borough, together with the deputy mayor and other officials conducted the ceremony of the planting in connection with the school. Twelve trees were planted by scholars in Old Hall Street in memory of past scholars who had given their lives for their king and country during the great European War." The eight trees that stand at Old Hall Street are believed to be what remains of those planted in 1920. The Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Phil Page unveiled the artwork at an event on Tuesday 13th November 2018 in commemoration of the 100 Year Centenary. The notice reads’ First World War Centenary … 100 years since Armistice As part of the 100 year Centenary events to mark the end of World War one/students from the Life Skills ‘Move On’ class took part in a project to create a/commemorative piece of artwork/memorial plaque. Students researched the history of the plane trees that were planted in Old/Hall Street in1920 to commemorate the students of the Higher Grade School/ (now Adult Education Wolverhampton) who fought in the Great War and lost/their lives. A plaque was originally displayed onsite as a memorial but this has/since been lost. The class chose and made a design which includes 100 leaves. Each leaf /represents and commemorates a life that was lost by the brave individuals/who made the ultimate sacrifice.
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