Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School | St. Luke's School | St. Mary's Sixth Form College

 

 

 
  
There is a First and Second World War Memorial at Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School on West Park Road, Blackburn.  The First World War Memorial is an oak panelled war memorial carved into five central panels surrounded by a carved frieze.  There are a pair of cast iron tablets with oak surrounds on either side of this memorial which are a memorial to the Second World War.  The memorial bears the following inscription 'This tablet and panelling were erected by old boys to commemorate those schoolfellows who gave their lives to preserve England's honour and safety in the Great War 1914-1918'.
 

 
  
There is a World War One memorial at St. Luke's School which contains 50 names.
 

 

St. Mary's Sixth Form College

 
 
There is a second world war memorial at St. Mary's Sixth Form College, Shear Brow, Blackburn.  The inscription reads 'In Memory of those past pupils of this school who made the supreme sacrifice during the war 1939-1945.  R.I.P.  This tablet was erected in their honour by the members of the Old Boy's Association of St. Mary's College, Blackburn, in the year 1947'.
 
  
There is a second world war memorial at St. Mary's Sixth Form College, Shear Brow, Blackburn.  The inscription reads 'In Memory of those past pupils of this school who made the supreme sacrifice during the war 1939-1945.  R.I.P.  This tablet was erected in their honour by the members of the Old Boy's Association of St. Mary's College, Blackburn, in the year 1947'.  It is a oak triptych with the memorial done with paper and paint.  The former crest of college is painted across both doors when closed.
 

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