Newmill War Memorial

Located in the main square the War Memorial commemorates those from the Parish who lost their lives during World War I and II. 

The memorial is in the form of a 4-stage clock tower constructed of tooled rubble, with tooled ashlar dressings. It has shallow pedimented advanced ground floor bays linked by a continuous string course with plaques on 3 faces and an entrance in the fourth face. There are narrow multi-pane windows in the centre of each of the second and third floor faces, and a clock face in each elevation of the corbelled upper stage under crow-stepped and finialled gablets. The whole is topped by a pagoda-type cupola with a slender metal spiked ball finial. 

The architect was F. A. Robertson, Keith, built by W. A. Donald of Broadrashes.

Newmill War Memorial

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