You are here:


This page shows examples of different war memorial lychgates. Please see the Gallery page for details of how you can use these and copyright details.


  • Lychgates

Newton Regis war memorial lychgate, Warwickshire © War Memorials Trust, 2010Newton Regis, Warwickshire (WM612)

This war memorial lychgate, situated outside St Mary's Church in Newton Regis, is made of timber and has an inscription carved into the roof, dedicating it to the fallen of the First World War. It was unveiled in 1928.





© War Memorials Trust, 2010


Crudwell war memorial lychgate, Wiltshire © War Memorials Trust, 2006Plaque fixed to war memorial lychgate, Wiltshire © War Memorials Trust, 2006Crudwell, Wiltshire (WM439)

This lychgate was unveiled in 1920. It is constructed of brick and oak, with wooden gates in between the brick piers. Plaques inscribed with the names of the fallen of the First World War are fixed to the inner sides of the brick piers.


© War Memorials Trust, 2006

An update to our privacy policy

This site uses cookies to help us keep the site relevant and to make your experience better. To comply with recent EU legislation we need to ask for your consent in using these cookies on your computer. For a full list of exactly how we use cookies on this site please read our Cookie Policy.

Please note: By NOT accepting cookies you will experience some reduction in functionality of this site. By continuing to use our site we will assume an implied consent.

I accept

This notice should appear only the first time you visit the site.