Memorial benches are supposed to be handled with great respect. It is so because they stand as a symbol of a person who has died: it is meant to commemorate your departed loved ones. Continue reading
Take a moment to think about some of your most memorable gifts and presents over the years. The chances are high that you will immediately be drawn to those which were associated with a more personal touch. Perhaps you were even lucky enough to receive an award from the workplace. Continue reading
Plaques have long been used throughout history in memorialising and commemorating historical moments in time as well as extraordinary people. The following are some of the famous engraved plaques: Continue reading
Elementary spelling error noticed on plaque in memorial gardens dedicated to Sir Nicholas Winton
Before his death at the ripe old age of 106 in 2015, Sir Nicholas Winton was known as The British Schindler. Before the Second World War, he orchestrated the evacuation of 669 Jewish children from Czechoslovakia to London. Shortly after his death, his memory will be commemorated by a memorial gardens in Oaken Grove Park, Maidenhead. On the engraved plaque, there was a spelling error.