Public Art Research Archive, Sheffield
Hallam University PUBLIC ART IN SHEFFIELD
Dore War Memorial, 1921
Savage Lane and Vicarage Lane
In a tiny walled garden at the corner of Savage Lane and Vicarage Lane, Dore,
S17. (A-Z p.120 2D)
A private soldier standing to attention
with his rifle grounded. This figure is carved in granite and placed on a
fine sandstone pedestal to which is attached bronze panels with details of
the dead from two world wars.
The monument was unveiled in December
1921. Possibly on December 17th 
A plaque detailing the World War
2 dead was added at a later date; it includes the names of two women.
Sources:  Information
from Val Malthouse of Dore Historical Society