Loos-en-Gohelle, France   

The memorial forms the sides and back of Dud Corner Cemetery.

The cemetery’s name "Dud Corner" is believed to be due to the large number of unexploded enemy shells found in the neighbourhood after the Armistice)

 It commemorates over 20,000 officers and men who have no known grave and who 
fell in the area. 

  5 Brimington men of remembered on the memorial

The Panel Numbers quoted at the end of each entry relate to the panels dedicated to the Regiment served with 


Private Herbert Lygo

8th Bn Royal Scots Guards

Panel 10 & 13

Private Frederick Mann

8th Bn Lincolnshire

Panel 31 & 34

Private James Nicholson

8th Bn Lincolnshire

Panel 31 & 34

Private James B Pratt

1st Bn Sherwood Foresters

Panel 87 & 89

Private Alfred Smith

8th Bn Lincolnshire

Panel 31 & 34

Brimingtons Wreath at Loos Memorial
Loos Memorial Layout - Marked in Red - the panels where Brimington soldiers names are inscribed

Use the tabs on the left side bar to navigate through the Memorials where our village men are remembered. Or use the button below..

Not Forgotten Brimington    Not Forgotten Brimington   

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 Our Brimington Wreath
laid at the Memorial Gates on Remembrance Sunday
 14th Nov 2021

   Remembrance Sunday 2021

THE SOMME - 1916

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