As we reflect on the events of the First World War that saw so many people make the ultimate sacrifice, we believe it is vital that we ensure our memorials are fitting tributes to the fallen.
Our project, as part of the national commemorative events, will help conserve and protect the nation's war memorials for the long term as well as ensuring there are skilled volunteers available to assess their condition and take steps to preserve them in the proper way.
Volunteers are essential to making this project a success. By helping to locate and record local war memorials, you will be playing a part in helping to raise awareness of the importance of the nation's war memorials.
You can sign up to register in the project with the form to the side and we will send you more information.
Success stories from the campaign
We have had many places get well on their way to saving their local war memorials. You can see their stories by clicking on the links below.
War Memorial News
War Memorial News is a free newsletter which is sent out fortnightly to anyone who has shown an interest to the war memorial campaign. In each issue there are inspiring stories of how community groups have participated in the campaign. If you would like to be put on our mailing list to receive War Memorials News, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details of £5 million fund to repair, protect, and conserve First World War memorials revealed - 1 July 2014