first battle of Ypres

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I hope the memorial is put in good order so that the 99th anniversary of the Battle of Gheluvelt at the end of October can be marked with pride and dignity.
HEROES OF GHELUVELT THE Battle of Gheluvelt, which took place on October 31 1914 , was part of the First Battle of Ypres, the climax of the German offensive against France and Belgium.
It is of a 'modern' style and intended to be much more than a memorial in explaining the story and great significance of the Battle of Gheluvelt to the whole of the Great War.
Gheluvelt Park was opened in 1922 to honour the Worcestershire Regiment's 2nd Battalion for its part in the Battle of Gheluvelt, a key battle of the First World War that took place on October 31, 1914 near Ypres.
But - as the Sunday Mercury exclusively revealed last September - the names of the 192 Midland officers and men who fell at the Battle of Gheluvelt had rusted away on the Roll of Honour and had become illegible.
THE BATTLE OF GHELUVELT THE battle was part of the First Battle of Ypres, the climax of the German offensive against France and Belgium The British Army was clinging on to Ypres, coming under ceaseless enemy shell fire and infantry attacks.
It is of a modern style and intended to be much more than a memorial in explaining the story and great significance of the Battle of Gheluvelt to the whole of the Great War.
Gheluvelt Park opened in 1922 to commemorate the 2nd Worcestershire Battalion's park in the famous 1914 Battle of Gheluvelt.
The work will take place over the summer and will be completed in plenty of time for next year's centenary of the Battle of Gheluvelt, on 31 October 2014.
During the Battle of Gheluvelt the 2nd battalion of the Worcestershire Regiment fought with outstanding courage to hold the British line at Ypres in Belgium, preventing the might of the advancing German army from taking control of the vital Channel Ports.
The Battle of Gheluvelt, which took place on October 31, 1914, was part of the First Battle of Ypres, the climax of the German offensive against France and Belgium.
UNREADABLE: The Battle of Gheluvelt memorial in Gheluvelt Park, Worcester where names of the fallen are mostly illegible.