Roll of Honour Remembrance Boards

Our roll of honour remembrance boards can serve as a memorial that perpetuates the memory of and pays tribute to those who have died in war and will not be forgotten by our's or future generations.

Remembrance is a significant word in itself but is more vividly associated by most us with The Great War 1914-18 and The Second World War 1939-45 through the ceremony and observance of Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday.
There is a subtle difference and the two occasions are sometimes confused. Remembrance Day occurs on the November 11th, it commemorates the signing of the armistice between the Allies and Germany at 11am on 11 November 1918 - the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, for this reason the event is also known as Armistice Day.

Remembrance Sunday commemorations take place on the closest Sunday to the 11th of November, this year, 2018, it will held on the 12th of November and as usual will take place at 11am at The Cenotaph, Whitehall in London.



You are not restricted to any of the types of boards shown on this page,
there are many variations of boards shown throughout the etirety of this website, you may well prefer the design of a board in a different category, any category of board can be adapted to suit your purposes.
There are no limitations to shape, size or colour of the honours board that you can have.
You can have any size, any shape, font style, framing or colour that you would like.

Everything that we produce is a bespoke one-off, which means that you can ask us to produce anything that you can think of.

In order to offer you any costs, suggestions and/or scale drawings we need a certain amount of information from you.
To find out what this is and how to get the ball rolling please click here for information required from you.

Roll of Honour Remembrance Boards

Our roll of honour remembrance boards serve as memorials that perpetuate the memory of and pay tribute to those who have died in war and will not be forgotten.

There are no limitations to shape, size or colour of the honours board that you can have.
You can have any size, any shape, font style, framing or colour that you would like.

Everything that we produce is bespoke, which means that you can ask us to produce anything that you can think of.
No Limitations Notice

Burwardsley, Roll of Honour.
Men who died in conflict

World War One and WW2 roll of honour board made in oak for Burwardsley Parish Council.
This board will be seen for the first time on Remembrance Day 2018.
It commemorates the men who died in conflict during the two World Wars.

Measuring 850mm high X 700mm wide, this Remembrance board has solid oak framing and decoration on a veneered oak panel.
It is held to wall with two horizontal split battens, which means that the fixings aren't visible.



Old Lathallians - In memory
of those who gave their lives

Red oak honours board in memory of those who gave there lives in wartime conflict from Lathallan School in Scotland.
This memoriam board was commissioned by former pupils of Lathallan School, it is headed:
IN MEMORY OF THOSE OLD LATHALLIANS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY.
The colour scheme of gold lettering on a red oak with red borderline is respectful without being sombre.
It includes the names of four men who have died in conflict after the WW11 ended.
Many people aren't aware that more than 12,000 British Servicemen and women have been killed or injured since 1945.

The dimensions are 1200mm high X 900mm wide X 19mm thick.
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Douai School, Woolhampton.
The Great War, Roll of Honour 1914-18

Tribute to those killed in the Great War of 1914 to1918 on a dark red oak roll of honour board.
Slightly larger than the board produced for Buwardsley, this board measuring 1000mm high X 750mm wide.
Made with oak framing and the main panel is also solid oak.
We made this for former students of Douai school and St Mary's College, Woolhampton.
It records the names of those who died in the First World War and had attended those educational establishments.
It seems to me to be far too many from such a small pool!
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Roll of Honour Remembrance Boards

Our roll of honour remembrance boards can serve as a memorial that perpetuates the memory of and pays tribute to those who have died in war and will not be forgotten.

Remembrance is a significant word in itself but is more vividly associated by most us with The Great War 1914-18 and The Second World War 1939-45 through the ceremony and observance of Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday.
There is a subtle difference and the two occasions are sometimes confused. Remembrance Day occurs on the November 11th, it commemorates the signing of the armistice between the Allies and Germany at 11am on 11 November 1918 - the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, for this reason the event is also known as Armistice Day.

Remembrance Sunday commemorations take place on the closest Sunday to the 11th of November, this year, 2018, it will held on the 12th of November and as usual will take place at 11am at The Cenotaph, Whitehall in London.

Remember that you are not restricted to any of the types of boards shown on this page.

There are no limitations to shape, size or colour of the honours board that you can have.
You can have any size, any shape, font style, framing or colour that you would like.

Everything that we produce is bespoke, which means that you can ask us to produce anything that you can think of.

Over to you. . . . . All of the images shown here are just examples that may help you to assess your requirements.

In order to offer you any costs, suggestions and/or scale drawings we need a certain amount of information from you.
To find out what this is and how to get the ball rolling please click on this link to find out what information we need from you.

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The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
In Memoriam Roll of Honour Board

Golden oak Roll of Honour in Memoriam Board produced for the Royal Regiment of Scotland
A reminder of how many have died during recent conflicts!
In this case the Royal Regiment of Scotland's memoriam board records the name, rank, date and place of death since 2006. Mostly in Afghanistan, two in Iraq.

A golden oak veneered panel measuring 1200mm hih X 900mm wide.
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