NEWHAVEN — A  UNIQUE FISHING VILLAGE ON THE COAST OF THE FORTH, PROUD OF ITS TRADITIONS, CULTURE AND HISTORY

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Newhaven’s Memorials

There are four memorials commemorating the sons of Newhaven that fell in the Great War and three dedicated to the fallen of the Second World War. The two beautiful carved cenotaphs that used to be situated the St Andrew’s Church are now to seen in the cafe area of Newhaven Church along with a brass plaque listing the war dead of the 1939-1945 War.  A plaque originally located in Newhaven-on-Forth Church can be found in the vestibule of the new Church Hall.  Opposite Victoria Primary School is the village’s fourth, an inscribed granite slab.

War Dead from two World Wars in Newhaven Church

The War Memorial now sited in Newhaven Church vestibule

War Dead from Newhaven Church

The War Memorials from the old St Andrew’s Church

Army Fatalities

Army War Dead from First World War Naval War Dead from First World War

Naval Fatalities

The list of names on Newhaven’s War Memorials can be found
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Find out the story of one sailor whose name is missing from the plaques
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