Situated at the centre of the Hoe overlooking Plymouth Sound is the Plymouth Naval Memorial. It is accessible at all times.
Visitors are kindly requested not to 'embellish' inscriptions on the memorial using chalk or abrasive products in order to enhance them for photographic purposes. Previous incidences of this have damaged the panels.
The Memorial is situated centrally on The Hoe which looks directly towards Plymouth Sound. It is accessible at all times. Copies of the Memorial Register are kept at the Tourist Information Office at Island House, 9 The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2LS, and also in the Naval Historical Section at Plymouth Library. http://www.webrarian.co.uk/rnwm/
Poppies: Wave opened at CWGC Plymouth Naval Memorial on Wednesday 23 August. The sculpture by artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper will be open to the public daily until 19 November.
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