Spondon War Heroes

In the heart of the village stands Spondon's memorial tribute to the village men who bravely fought and died in the First and Second World Wars.

The 103 names inscribed on the memorial, which hangs from the wall of Spondon Library in Sitwell Street, is a lasting reminder to all of the courage and bravery they showed in serving their country.


War Memorial Photos (click each to view larger version)
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Spondon War Memorial
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Close-up of WWI names
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Close-up of WWII names

Before his sad passing in 2012, former Spondon resident Ken Porter had researched and recounted the lives of many of the men remembered on the memorial.

Click here to read his accounts, along with those added by others, on the Spondon Online message board

Read more about the history of Spondon:

  • A brief history of Spondon
  • The Homestead
  • Locko Park
  • Spondon World War II Stories
  • The Story of Enoch Stone
  • Local History Web Links
  • And also at Ken Porter's excellent and highly recommended "A Village Remembered" website and also the Spondon Historical Society website.