Royal Artillery Memorial Wall – EH Smith

Royal Artillery Memorial Wall

Located beyond the military perimeter at the entrance to the Larkhill Camp, Salisbury Plain, the Royal Artillery Tercentenary Chapel and Cloister sits beyond the southern elevation of the church of St. Alban the Martyr.

The new stone and brick tercentenary Chapel and Cloister sits alongside the existing Church and encompasses a gated walled Garden of Remembrance and Portland stone plaque which was unveiled to mark the 300th anniversary of the Royal Artillery Regiment by HRH Queen Elizabeth II on May 26th 2016.

EH Smith worked with the specialist sub-contractor to ensure the quality of finish on the project was achieved with the desired materials.

Location: Larkhill

Architect: John Simpson Architects

Contractors: Szerelemy Conservation / Chichester Stoneworks Ltd

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