Project Remember – Commemorative Book Coming Soon

We are pleased to announce that a book commemorating the 2018 restoration of Pett War Memorial is to be published shortly. Entitled “The Fallen of Pett “, the book will be around 70 pages long, and printed in full colour. Given last year’s centenary, the book will focus on the men of the First World War who are named on the Memorial, incorporating updated versions of Martin King’s magazine articles over the last four years, but it will also include a broader look at remembrance and its context as well as a history of the Memorial, its creation and restoration. It is fully illustrated with many previously unpublished photographs.The book will retail at £12 a copy, but for those who place an order direct, the publishers are offering it at the discounted price of £10. The first print run will be limited in order to keep costs down, so to be certain of reserving your copy, please contact us initially.

After covering printing and any other direct costs (publishing is being provided free of charge), all proceeds from the book will be donated to Project Remember. The funds held in Project Remember’s account, after completion of the remaining works (as described in previous issues of this magazine), will establish a reserve for maintenance of the Memorial, with the balance going to veterans’ charities selected by the Project Remember Committee.

We very much hope that you will want your own copy of this book.

“The Fallen of Pett”
Authors: David Breakell and Martin King
Publisher: Edgerton Publishing Services

To reserve your copy at the discounted price of £10, please email:

No payment is required at this stage.

David Breakell