This is situated on the main road on the southern approach to St Margaret’s Hope.
To commemorate and honour the men of Sth Ronaldshay who fell in the Great War.
- The dates of the war are given as 1914-1919 on the ends of the surrounding wall.
The WWII names have been added to the side of the memorial following the style of the WWI panel.
This is situated at the crossroads in the middle of the island at Lady Village.
In grateful and ever loving remembrance of the men of Sanday who died in the service of their King and country in the Great War 1914 – 1919.
Erected by the inhabitants of the island.
“Their name liveth for evermore.”
- The Sanday Heritage Centre next to the memorial has a display giving more information about the memorial and the men commemorated on it.
- The memorial was dedicated on 17 June 1921 with a large crowd in attendance.
Three WWII names have been added to the base of the memorial following the style of the WWI panels.
This is situated on the main road opposite the harbour in Longhope.
To the glory of God and in grateful memory of those from this parish who gave their lives for King and country in the Great War 1914 – 1918.
Erected by the parishioners of Walls, Orkney, 1921.
- Longhope is the main village in the parish of Walls that encompasses the island of South Walls.
The WWII names have been added to the base of the cross at the front and left side following the style of the WWI panels.