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Now Andrew Sinclair is into the 2nd Soldier – the 2nd of 3 figures as part of this composition. It has been remarkable watching this process and seeing the design unfold and enormous amount of work that is going in to this incredible statue. Just have a look at this next video…..
Great granddaughter Dawn Bray was interviewed… Four granddaughters and the great grand daughter of Corp William Gartside are proud to share their story. The family of Corporal William Gartside hope to be making an emotional trip to West Yorkshire from Australia when the statue commemorating the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment is unveiled next year. “As an Australian, […]
At the behest of their Head Keeper Adam Brown that eclectic band of itinerant sporting men united only by a cap badge and a cap, the Hindoostan Shooting Club, staged a clay shooting day on Friday 6 July at the Bisley shooting ground with the aim of raising money for the Dukes Memorial appeal. For […]
In the first of a series of articles by the Halifax Courier marking the unveiling of a new memorial to the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment in Halifax town centre next May, Tom Scargill speaks to Brigadier Michael Bray about the upcoming statue and its importance to the Dukes. The monument is being produced by world-class […]
A man whose father ran away from home to join the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment has completed an emotional journey to retrace his footsteps. Jack Donkersley left his home in Oldham to join the Dukes in 1934, and his son Brian has run that same 19-mile journey as a tribute to his dad and to […]
How lovely to see one of the auction prizes from the rugby event held in March in aid of the Appeal being taken up. This was a unique opportunity to charter the prestigious National Champion Beneteau First 40 SFIDA, for an outing on the Solent and then enjoy lunch on the lawn at the Royal Yacht […]
Armed Forces day this weekend saw a fun day for the DWR maquette! The day started at 0700 when John Hogg arrived on site fully loaded with the stall and all its exhibits. Set up by 0800 and dressed in uniform close to the the Woolshops site so it was easy to explain where the […]
Moulding and Casting – 1strubber coat. Once the sculpture is finished and approved by the client, the next process is to make the mould. The clay is initially covered with a thin layer of silicone rubber (with the consistency of single cream). This is carefully applied to the clay surface using a brush, making sure […]
Filming with David Ainley. David Ainley has been commissioned by the Duke of Wellington’s Regimental Appeal Committee to produce a film of the sculpting process for Memorial Sculpture – this was his first visit and gives you an insight into the amount of time and thought involved in this project with every attention to detail. […]